Lady ferns are pretty, clump-forming plants with a spread of 3' wide and 3' tall with delicate, light-green, feathered leaves (fronds). they need humidity and regular to moist soil. here in Seattle, they are a no-maintenance plant.
if you live in a dry climate, plant them on the north side in shade and keep the soil moist and spray them often. grow them outdoors only. Lady ferns are deer and rabbit-resistant and are not bothered by bugs, slugs, or disease.
Perennial Deciduous, Hardy Zone: 5-9 Sun: Full Shade to Dappled Shade Water: Regular to Moist. Soil: Rich, Loamy, Well-draining Soil. Height: 3' Tall and 3' Wide Bloom Time: No Flowers Difficultly: Easy