Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomeum)

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Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomeum)

11.95

Cinnamon fern naturally occurs in moist, boggy places along streams, usually growing in clumps that reach 2-3 ft. tall.  The common name refers to the cinnamon colored fibers found near the frond base.  The fuzz that covers the young fiddleheads is a favorite nesting material for birds.  A great addition to a wetland or woodland garden.  The medium-green fronds stay attractive all summer and turn yellow in autumn.

Zones: 3-9

Light: part shade, shade

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