Interrupted Fern - Osmunda Claytoniana
Interrupted Fern is thick, leafy addition to any garden!
An easy-to-grow, low-lying plant, the Interrupted Fern gets its name from the tiny leaflets which “interrupt” its broad fronds in early summer. A native of North America, China, and the Himalayas, this non-flowering, low maintenance fern grows well in wet soils and prefers acidic, humus-rich conditions.
The Interrupted Fern is a threatened species in some states. It is a remarkable addition to shaded wild or woodland gardens and thrives alongside of streams or ponds.
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