Perennials & Fern Package - Beginner Package
Landscaping With Perennials and Native Ferns
Historically ferns have been named as one of the oldest species of plants. They have been in existence for about three hundred million years long before the existence of the dinosaurs, which make them perennial plants. Ferns are found in the Pteridophyte family, which also entails some of the most diversified plants such as the mosses, horsetails, quillworts, and spikemosses.
Perennials & Fern Package offer you a variety of different plants for your landscape
Even though the ferns rarely bloom, they are the most used perennial plants for ornamental landscaping. Ferns have an extensive range of textures, lush foliage, and different forms that make them ideal for use in diverse landscapes. Another reason why they are widely used is their ability to remain relatively healthy even with minimal care. Their growth in a shadier environment inhibits the growth of other fussier plants. Two categories of ferns, the perennial and native ferns, will shed more light in decision-making on which ones to use for your landscaping.
Perennial ferns are the ones that date to prehistoric times. The perennials ferns are best for shady landscapes. They come in various shapes and colors, which blend well with other shade plants. The perennial ferns are deer resistant, which makes a perfect choice of woody project in the gardens. The perennial ferns come in various types: cinnamon ferns, autumn brilliance, dixie wood, and Japanese Holly fern.
Native ferns are the different ferns that do well in specific geographical grounds. The ferns are primarily found in the tropics. Different native ferns are found in various areas of the world. The native ferns are readily available in your area, and from the nurseries, you will get the most information for the most appropriate one to use in your landscaping exploration. Native ferns also contribute immensely to the sustainability of the landscape. Typical examples of native ferns are the ostrich ferns, lady, the Christmas fern, and the sensitive fern. The native ferns will give you beautiful sceneries in that spot in your garden if you give it a try.