Marsh Ferns are native to North America. Marsh ferns grow well in boggy to moderately wet soil. Growing marsh ferns requires a location that receives full sun to part sun. Sandy, acidic soil is the best, but this adaptable plant can survive in almost any soil as long as it is moist and not in standing water. They are attractive and will add a lush texture to the water garden. Host plant for Marsh Fern Moth. They are fairly winter hardy.
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Marsh Fern (Thelypteris palustris)
Hardiness Zone: 4-9
Light Requirements: Full sun to Partial Sun
Water Depth: Moist soil, seasonal flooding, Can tolerate drier soils