New York Fern Plants – How To Grow New York Ferns In Gardens
By Mary Ellen Ellis
New York fern, Thelypteris noveboracensis, is a woodland perennial that is native to and found throughout the eastern U.S. Learn more about the fern in this article and consider putting this native plant in your woodland garden or natural wetlands garden.
Brown Tips On Garden Ferns – What Causes Brown Tips On Fern Leaves
By Jackie Carroll
Ferns give a garden or indoor setting a lush, tropical appeal, but when they don?t have the right conditions, the tips of the fronds can turn brown and crispy. You?ll learn what causes brown tips on fern leaves and how to correct the problem in this article.
Fertilizing Outdoor Ferns – Types Of Garden Fern Fertilizer
By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer
About the most harmful thing you can do for ferns is too much. Ferns are very sensitive to over fertilization. In nature, they get the nutrients they need from fallen leaves or evergreen needles and rainwater. Learn more about fertilizing outdoor ferns here.
Separating Ferns: Learn How To Divide Fern Plants
By Liz Baessler
As with most plants, especially those that are potted, ferns will outgrow their location if given enough time. Learn more about separating ferns and how to divide fern plants in this article. Click here for additional information.
Fern Leaves Have Rust: What To Do For Rusty Looking Fern Leaves
Ferns are lush, green woodland plants valued for their ability to thrive in low light and moist environments where most plants won?t survive. However, the plants sometimes develop strange symptoms such as rusty looking fern leaves. Learn more about that here.
Tips On How To Transplant A Fern
By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden
Ever wonder when and how to transplant ferns from one place to another? Well, you?re not alone. If you move a fern at the wrong time or in the wrong way, you risk the loss of the plant. Learn more here.
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