Osmunda cinnamomea (Cinnamon Fern)

Example of approximately what these plants look like when shipped. See the eighth photograph of any plant to see a photo of what it looks like when shipped.
Cinnamon Fern, is a perennial nicknamed for the cinnamon-shaded fertile fronds that emerge from her center in spring unfurling into large, erect fronds (2-4' long) that fade to a soft yellow in autumn and eventually turn golden brown before dying back for winter. These ferns are perfectly suited for pond and stream edgings or as borders in other moist locations.

Dramatic and lush, Cinnamon Fern creates a dynamic draft of light in shaded areas. Two added bonuses of Cinnamon fern are the facts that deer tend to avoid it and it grows under walnut trees.

See photographs comparing average sizes of some bare roots and potted plants
Product
Cinnamon Fern {10 Bare Root plants}
Splendid peridot green with fronds that shift from yellow to bronze-cinnamon, this hardy, highly versatile, moisture loving fern is famous for the spicy colors of her fronds. Mature height 30-60".
In stock.
Cinnamon Fern {25 Bare Root plants}
Splendid peridot green with fronds that shift from yellow to bronze-cinnamon, this hardy, highly versatile, moisture loving fern is famous for the spicy colors of her fronds. Mature height 30-60".
In stock.