- Common Name: Sun Exposure: Light Grows in the shade, ideally in the woods and along moist banks. Hardiness Zones:6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Mature Height:1-2 feet Spread:to 1 foot Spacing:24-36 in. (60-90 cm) Growth Rate:Year 1-2 ft.
Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern-Asplenium Resiliens
Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern Love Shade, Moisture And Rocks
Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern is a lovely plant that gets its name from its distinctive purplish-black stems. This fern grows to about 12 inches in height and similar width. They are most commonly found growing wild in southern U.S. states. They prefer moist soil with excellent drainage. They thrive best in full to partial shade. Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern is also referred to as the Little Ebony Spleenwort. These lovely ferns can be found in much of the southern portion of the United States. This is a smaller fern, reaching a height and width of up to 12 inches when fully grown. It gets its name from the purplish-black stems. This fern reproduces by producing spores, which are dependent on the wind for scattering. This plant will thrive best in USDA climate zones 3 through 9 and loves full to partial shade. It can be seen growing in the wild near cliff bases, on limestone rock and even in granite and boulders. It prefers moist soil with good drainage and has the botanical name of Asplenium Resiliens. Climate Zone: 3 through 9 Mature Height: 6 to 12 Inches Mature Width: 6 to 12 Inches Sunlight: Full to Partial Shade Soil Type: Moist, Well-Drained Soil
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Black Stemmed Spleenwort Fern