Dryopteris marginallis (Leatherwood Fern) is a fern native to woodland areas of north-eastern North America, this adapts well to gardens that offer similar moist, shady conditions. Plants form leathery green fronds, arranged in a single-crowned clump. Not invasive. Foliage remains evergreen in most regions, but may benefit from clipping back in late winter. Easy and reliable. This fern is very well behaved compared to some... I'm looking at you Ostrich fern! Leatherwood is a well behaved plant. 1 gal

Leatherwood Fern

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