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Cinammon Ferns

Posted by karbie18 z5 IL (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 9, 07 at 14:20

My husband's aunt gave me some relatively tall ferns. Now that I've transplanted them, can I cut them back like I do to other perennials? The tops are looking pretty bad.

Thanks,
Karen


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RE: Cinammon Ferns

Do not cut them back. Live with the ragged fronds this year. Next year they should look good the whole spring and summer. After all, phsotosynthesis is where they get their energy.


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RE: Cinammon Ferns

can anyone suggest a good commercial source for cinnamon ferns. lots of places are sold out for the year. thanks


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