Wood Fern will make a wonderful addition to any garden or landscape
Wood Fern is also deer and rabbit resistant and rarely have pest issues
When fall season comes, some of the plants start to turn a red or purple color. Some of the plants even turn orange, pink and bluish colors. Wood Fern is a evergreen plant, which means it keeps its leaves and remains green throughout the whole year including the winter season. There are different types of the Wood Fern plant.
Wood Fern is one of many species of fern that are native to the northeastern United States
The Autumn Fern, Brilliance Autumn Fern, Dixie Wood Fern, and the Golden Mist Wood Fern are some of the different types. The Autumn Fern's new growth has an orange color but turns green in the summer. The Brilliance Autumn Fern turns slightly pink in the spring, which then turns to orange. The Dixie Wood Fern grows taller than other wood fern plants. It can get up to 4 feet. The Golden Mist Wood Fern's new growth is a yellowish color at first and grows up to 2 feet.
This is a small fern that grows in affluent woodland areas. Although it likes moist soil, it is slightly drought tolerant. The plant is very good at growing indoors. The best quality is the evergreen ability, so it will spice up your home and give it a great look at the dead of winter. The plant is excellent for any home or office.