Cinnamon fern (Osmunda cinnamomea) is a Missouri native and is a rmended fern variety by professional landscapers. While non-flowering, they are grown for their green deciduous fronds that provide dramatic effect. The familiar "fiddleheads" emerge from the base of the plant and unfurl into large, erect, yellowish-green, sterile fronds that remain attractive throughout summer. The common name of this plant is in reference to the cinnamon colored fibers found near the frond base. Fun fact: Osmunda
Noted for its unique form and texture, Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern or Flowering Fern) is a tall, robust, deciduous fern forming a large rosette of elegant, broadly divided, bright green fronds. Emerging pinkish in spring, they are crowned with rusty-brown fertile flower spikes at their tips, thus giving rise to the common name of 'Flowering Fern'. The lovely foliage turns attractive shades of red-brown in fall, adding visual interest in the garden. Recipient of the prestigious Award of Garden
Stop runoff and reduce water waste! Easy to install and reusable. Work into ground at the depth of your choice. Directs water deep into the root systems of trees and shrubs. For use with new or established plantings. Doubles as edging around trees and keeps mulch in place. Can also be used with roses, vegetables, herbs, bulbs and more! Made of recycled polypropylene plastic. UV stabilized to last 10 years or longer. Made in USA.