Cinnamon Fern has very large, full branching double upright fronds with cinnamon stick-like spikes. Its appearance is similar to Ostrich fern, but its crosiers (young, emerging fiddlehead) are white and woolly, and it has a much larger, fertile "cinnamon stick". It also spreads slowly, unlike the rampant Ostrich fern. It tolerates flooding and will grow in wet submerged soils. It typically grows in clumps 2-3' tall, but with constant moisture can reach 5'. Cinnamon fern grows best in constantly damp, acid soil, in any lighting conditions, as long as their moisture requirements are met. Plants spread slowly making beautiful stands of graceful fronds.
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