Autumn ferns are popular for a few reasons. First, they are easy to grow and come in a variety of colors. Second, they are low maintenance plants and can be kept in pots or in the ground. Third, they add beauty to any garden or landscape.
‘Autumn’ Fern – 6″ Pot
10 in stock
Autumn ferns (Dryopteris affinis) are a popular garden plant, grown for their attractive fronds and feathery leaves. Ferns are vascular plants that get their water and nutrients from the atmosphere and from other plants in their environment. Some ferns have large root systems that can spread over large areas and interfere with other plants.
- Live the lush look of ferns, with the austere beauty of dry bark
- Ideal for adding greenery to rooms and homeowners gardens
- Doesnt need too much water; usually only needs a little water once a week
- December through April
- Grow indoors or out
- Grows up to
- Requires humid conditions, but can live in most soil types
- Vivid fall foliage
- Available in 3 size options: small, medium and large
- Vascular stem allows for extremely fast turnover of newly planted new plants
- Requires little water to sustain
- -Plant dryopteris in soil with pH between 6.5 and 8.5, watering daily to avoid root rot
- -Fertilize every 10–14 days using flowering fertilizing mix
- -Leaf color options: Crimson red, lavender purple, green, mossy/blue gray
- 1. They can grow into six-foot, two-foot and slender columns of foliage.
- 2. The height of common ferns should be broken in small clumps to keep the plant size in check.
- 3. Fungi are a natural part of the problem; they live on decaying leaves and sometimes underground and stop your plants from reaching their full potential.
- 4. Caneboy Compost uses mycorrhizal fungi spores to help provide the conditions that lead to greater plant performance with fewer problems, while reducing unnecessary chemical inputs.—Powerful relief guaranteed!