Growing bareroot ferns - HELP

david883(5/6)April 22, 2013

I ordered a variety bag of bareroot ferns from spring hill nursery online. When I got them in the mail the ground was still frozen here (and still is from time to time) so I stuck them in a large container and put them in an unheated greenhouse. Now I'm just wondering if these lil baby ferns poking out are doing okay or if they're fried? The brown bits feel a little dry but I don't know if that's how they're supposed to be. Any advise/insight would be appreciated!!!

Thanks again

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