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Use beautiful maidenhair ferns to add an airy, delicate texture to the shade garden. There's something almost magical about the plants, especially when paired with a coarser plant, such as hosta. Maidenhair ferns are lovely when grouped in a shady, moist, well-drained location, forming a fine-textured mass.
The silvery splotched leaves of lungwort team with maidenhair fern to create season-long interest in the shade garden. Spring flowers in shades of pink, white, and blue are a bonus.Hosta
The bold foliage of hosta provides a dramatic contrast to the finely divided fronds of maidenhair fern. Variegated forms of hosta, in particular, highlight the fern foliage.Corydalis
Long-blooming yellow corydalis is a perfect way to add color and complement a planting of maidenhair fern.