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Plant Name:

Cinnamon Fern

Scientific Name:

Osmunda cinnamomea


Cinnamon Fern is a perennial fern with tall, erect fronds and a distinctive cinnamon-colored spore-bearing structure. The fronds emerge in spring and turn green as they mature.


Moist woodlands, wet areas


Cinnamon Fern provides habitat for various wildlife species, including insects and small mammals. The fronds are also used by birds for nesting material.

Growing Conditions:

Cinnamon Fern prefers moist to wet soils and part shade to full shade.


Cinnamon Fern is primarily grown as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscapes. The fronds can be used in floral arrangements.

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Fun Facts:

Cinnamon Fern is named for the cinnamon-colored spore-bearing structure on the fronds.

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