Lemon button ferns (Dicksonia antarctica) are one of the most popular ferns in the world. They are easy to grow, require little maintenance, and can be found in a variety of colors and shapes. Lemon button ferns are perfect for any beginner fern enthusiast because they are easy to care for and relatively low-maintenance.One of the main reasons lemon button ferns are so popular is their unique appearance. These ferns grow up to 3 feet tall and have delicate, narrow fronds that are covered in small, bright-yellow buttons. These buttons give the fern its characteristic lemon color, which is also often used in garden plants as a contrasting color.Another reason why lemon button ferns are so popular is their fragrance. These plants produce a strong scent that is reminiscent of lemons and limes. This odor is especially noticeable during the fall and winter months, when the fern’s buttons start to turn a deep yellow.
Fern ‘Lemon Button’ – 4″Nursery Pot
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Lemon Button Fern (Dryopteris affinis) is an often overlooked fern that can add a touch of elegance to any garden. This easy-to-grow fern is a delicate green with subtle lemon-yellow fronds and grows up to 12 inches tall.Lemon Button Fern can be grown in most soil types, including clay soils, but does best in well-drained soil. This fern needs partial sun or shade and tolerates a wide range of temperatures, from 25 degrees F to 95 degrees F.
- Very adaptable
- Grows well in most soil types
- Needs partial sun or shade
- Tolerates a wide range of temperatures, from 25 degrees F to 95 degrees F
- Lemon Button Fern is an often overlooked fern that adds elegance to any garden
- This is an easy-to-grow fern that grows up to 12 inches tall with subtle green and yellow fronds
- Lemon Button Fern needs partial sun or shade and tolerates a wide range of temperatures
- Can be grown in most soil types
- Selective Growth: The most typical Lemon Button Fern PDR0087 poses asexual reproduction with small, hard green triangular lobes that break off when they reach the edge of the plant and root.
- Fragrance: These ferns smell like citrus when cut or subjected to mildew.
- Only 1 to 2 inches tall in height
- Unique delicacy and subtle lemon tones when grown
- Often overlooked but pairs well with other plants
- 12 inches Tall
- Low Maintenance
- Acacia honey lasts summer and the fern can be taken in the winter.