Christmas Fern gets its common name from the evergreen fronds that are sometimes used in holiday decorations. It typically grows in a fountain-like clump and features leathery, lance-shaped, evergreen (green at Christmas) fronds. Crosiers (young fiddleheads) in spring are silvery and scaled. Fronds also provide good winter interest for the landscape. It will not spread or naturalize, however clumps will increase in size over time. It can tolerate more sun than some other ferns if it is provided with adequate soil moisture, and is good for massing on slopes to help combat soil erosion.
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