Lady Fern

Lady Fern


The Lady fern or Red Stem fern has a feathery textured frond with a red stem. It is a slow spreading fern, which will make a nice mass in a few years. The Southern Lady fern thrives in the garden, given any reasonably good soil and will make a dense stand over time. The Southern Lady Fern is also known as the Tatting Fern. Lady Ferns have leaves that turn bronze in the fall and then dark brown over the winter. It prefers to have it's feet wet. This plant is used for container plantings, borders, foundation planting, massing and groundcover. The Southern Lady fern is perennial and is deciduous. This very versatile plant goes well with evergreen shrubs and Hostas.

  • Mature Spread: 1 - 2 feet

  • Soil Type: Loam

  • Moisture: Moist

  • Mature Form: Fern 2 - 3 feet in height

  • Growth Rate: Slow Spreading

  • Sun Exposure: Full Shade - Partial Sun

  • Fall Color: Bronze

  • Foliage Color: Green

  • Zones: 3-8


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Information source: University of Missouri - Horticulture


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