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Marginal Woodfern  Dryopteris marginalis    • Family: Dryopteridaceae  • Habitat: rich woodlands, especially on rocky slopes or outcroppings  • Height: fronds 1-2 feet long  • Location of spores: spores on undersides of leaflets along edges  • Stipe (leaf stalk): stout, ungrooved, brown-green above, darker near base, covered with dense, light-brown scales near base, more sparse above  • Growth pattern: asymmetric clump  • Persistence: evergreen

Marginal Woodfern Dryopteris marginalis • Family: Dryopteridaceae • Habitat: rich woodlands, especially on rocky slopes or outcroppings • Height: fronds 1-2 feet long • Location of spores: spores on undersides of leaflets along edges • Stipe (leaf stalk): stout, ungrooved, brown-green above, darker near base, covered with dense, light-brown scales near base, more sparse above • Growth pattern: asymmetric clump • Persistence: evergreen

Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern): Minnesota Wildflowers.  Native, perennial.  Part shade, shade, sun; moist to wet; swampy woods, thickets.  Blooms in summer, 2 to 6' high.

Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern): Minnesota Wildflowers. Native, perennial. Part shade, shade, sun; moist to wet; swampy woods, thickets. Blooms in summer, 2 to 6' high.

beautiful plants - and some really have beautiful scents- that repel mosquitoes (one caveat: if you have dogs, don't plant the catnip or the garlic)

beautiful plants - and some really have beautiful scents- that repel mosquitoes (one caveat: if you have dogs, don't plant the catnip or the garlic)

Keep your hostas healthy and thriving -- or simply make more to spread through your garden or to share with friends with these easy tips for dividing hostas.

Keep your hostas healthy and thriving -- or simply make more to spread through your garden or to share with friends with these easy tips for dividing hostas.

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