Lush Glossy Green Crowns Japanese Beech Fern!Gorgeous Upright Fern
Forms Crown Like Mounds
Verdant Green Finely Pinate Leaves
Moist to Dry Shade
Semi-Evergreen in Warm Zones
Slow Spreading Groundcover
Shade Gardens, Borders & Water Features
Tolerates Wet Soil & Acidic Sites
Wide Range of Tolerance
Gorgeous bright-green fronds forms upright verdant crowns of finely-textured greenery! The Japanese Beech Fern (Phegopteris decursive-pinnata) is a spreading groundcover that adds lush beauty to shady gardens!
Lovely upright clumps of incised green pinnate fronds, slowly spread to colonize an area, filling any area with vibrant color. If you live in a warmer growing zone, these can be semi-evergreen!
With a wide range of habitats and conditions and of many soil and moisture tolerances, Beech Ferns thrive near water sources or in dry soil once established. Hardy in a wide range of growing zones, these Ferns add soothing lushness to their environment!
How to Use Japanese Beech Fern In The LandscapeFerns always bring a calming element to any garden space. Dappled shade gardens become magical wonderlands with a carpet of cooling greenery. Mix among other shade-loving perennials for a shady mixed border.
Great for underplanting for trees and shrubs for a woodland feel, these naturalize readily, yet politely to fill large spaces. Allow to ramble around a shaded Rock garden or fill in borders along paths and line a shaded drive in greenery.
Tolerant of coastal conditions and moist soil, plant these around water features, brooks and ponds. Lovely as skirting around garden structures and gazebos, porches and arbors, providing that finishing touch.
#ProPlantTips For CareFerns prefer part to full shade, favoring morning sun and afternoon shade, especially in the warmer growing zones of 4 through 9. Tolerant of both heat and cold, in areas with warm summers, you’ll enjoy seeing your Fern remain semi-evergreen through mild winters.
Plant in well-drained rich medium in highly organic soil on the acidic side. Preferring moist soil, these Fern can tolerate dry shade once established. However, for the healthiest looking plants and to protect your investment, provide supplemental watering in times of heat and drought.
Provide a location with good air circulation and always clean dead fronds once died back for the winter. These easy deciduous ground cover beauties add luxurious greenery to any shaded landscape!
Order enough of these gorgeous Japanese Beech Fern to fill out your next project this year! Head over to NatureHills.com today and grab these before they’re gone!