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Black-Stemmed Spleenwort Fern

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Common Name: Sun Exposure: Light Grows in the shade, ideally in the woods and along moist banks. Hardiness Zones:6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Mature Height:1-2 feet Spread:to 1 foot Spacing:24-36 in. (60-90 cm) Growth Rate:Year 1-2 ft.

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Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern

A fantastic Fern

A Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern can be viewed as a genuinely fantastic fern. It is a fern coming from tropical America. This is a lovely plant with plenty of green brilliance to offer. This tremendous fern has been called the Little Ebony Spleenwort, by some people. You can, often, find these ferns in the southern areas of the United States. It is a lovely little fern. It had gotten its name from its stems. They are purplish and black and are truly unique in so many ways. The greenery on this fern is divided by a robust black stem.

Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern thrives in various Climate Zones

This fern will thrive and beautify many areas. It will fully thrive in climate zones three through nine. You may see this fern growing and flourish amongst the wild close to cliff bases. You might even spot this on limestone rock or, perhaps, in granite and boulders. Moist soil and excellent drainage will be an excellent place to see this fantastic fern thriving.

Simple and Loving Care

It is not difficult to care for Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern. This fern only needs some loving and straightforward care to watch it flourish entirely. This is a fern that will fill a yard space and only requires a touch of easy-care tips. Simple and loving care will allow this fern to grow while reaching its full potential.

Adding intrigue to any Space

The Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern is known to add much intrigue to any space. It will add interest all year long because of its natural beauty and appealing appearance. The beautiful back-stemmed spleenwort will be proud to fill a space and add a touch of intrigue will creating a point of interest. This is a fern to behold and enjoy.