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Cinnamon fern


Osmunda cinnamomea

Cinnamon fern

Tall and elegant, these ferns look great during the spring and summer months thanks to their green fronds, but also in fall and winter when their upright reproductive fronds stand in the snow. They are excellent in damp soils and look especially at home beside ponds and streams. They may colonize large areas.

Light:
Sun,Part Sun,Shade
Zones:
4-10
Plant Type:
Perennial
Plant Height:
3-6 feet tall
Plant Width:
2-12 feet wide
Flower Color:
Brown fertile fronds
Bloom Time:
Blooms spring and summer, depending on variety
Landscape Uses:
Containers,Beds & Borders,Slopes,Groundcover
Special Features:
Attractive Foliage,Fall Color,Tolerates Wet Soil,Deer Resistant,Easy to Grow
Plant It With
Joe Pye weed

Bold plants need bold partners. Joe Pye weed is a perfect partner for ferns in stature and their fondness for damp places.

Iris

The swordlike foliage of Siberian iris is a good foil for the osmunda fronds that are enlivened by the colorful iris flowers. Both enjoy moist soil in sun or light shade.

Lobelia

At waterside, cardinal flower and cinnamon fern are fine companions. Both foliage textures and the jewel colors of cardinal flower make for an interesting scene.

Hosta

Hosta's bold-texture foliage plays off well against fine-texture ostrich fern fronds in beds and borders.

Propagation
Division