One of the most dramatic native ferns forming large vase shaped clumps  

Named for it's vertical reddish-brown fruiting spikes which emerge from it's center in early spring 

persisting long after spores are shed 

Unlike some large ferns, cinnamon ferns do not spread rapidly by rhizones

Prefers moist soil, including clay, loam, & sand 

Known to grow up to 5ft tall in optimum growing conditions,

plants will adapt with a lower height in average soil

Deer resistant 

Sold in 1 gallon pots - $ 14.99 ea.   



Osmunda cinnamomea - Cinnamon fern