Cinnamon Fern

Description

Osmunda cinnamomea, the cinnamon fern, is a North American native that is especially adapted to wet areas where it will produce an exuberant upright bouquet of 2 to 5 feet fronds. Set in the middle of this vase erect sentinels of fertile fronds show off their namesake cinnamon colored stakes holding spores lasting well into the season and long after the spores are shed. These ferns make a showy contribution to landscape design in swampy areas but will adapt with a lower mature height to average soil conditions. They are in high demand and can be grown in an amazing climatic range from Zones 2 – 10.

Produced seasonally.

Additional information

Size

40, 72

Botanical Name

Osmunda cinnamomea

Production Schedule

Seasonal

Start Sales Week

1

End Sales Week

25

Habit

CROWN

Min Zone

2

Max Zone

10

Min Height

30

Max Height

60

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