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The hard fern, or deer fern, is fairly easy to grow, as it tolerates dryness better than most other ferns. Read about this hardy evergreen.
The ostrich fern has large, featherlike fronds. It is good for naturalizing and can be successfully grown almost anywhere. Read about this fern.
Hare's foot fern has bright green fronds that are roughly divided and triangular in typical fern fashion. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.
The royal fern has tall elegant fronds. It prefers acidic soil but is otherwise not particularly demanding. Learn more about the royal fern.
American maidenhair fern is a classic shade garden plant. Learn how to grow, use, and maintain American maidenhair fern at HowStuffWorks.
Japanese painted fern thrives in shade and boasts multi-colored leaves. Learn how to grow and use Japanese painted fern at HowStuffWorks.
Asparagus fern is an easy house plant and a popular annual grass for outdoor gardens. Learn how to care for the asparagus fern at HowStuffWorks.
Ferns are perennials grown to thrive. Ferns can be evergreen. Varieties include Japanese painted and asparagus fern. Learn about these hardy plants.
Boston fern is a type of house plant known for its graceful fronds draping over a hanging pot. Learn how to grow Boston fern at HowStuffWorks.
Staghorn fern is a type of house plant with two types of fronds, both cup- and antler-shaped. Learn how to water it at HowStuffWorks.
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