Different types of ferns prefer different types of environments. while most first grow in moderate to light shade environments, they can adapt “dry rocky sites or wet marshy conditions while others thrive in limestone-rich soils.”
Ferns typically grow in wooded areas with high humidity where they’re protected from strong winds, moist soil and have plenty of space for the roots to spread and the plant to fully grow aboveground. However, some ferns can even thrive in desert conditions.
Ferns are ancient plants that have existed for about 300 million years. There are over 10,000 species of ferns, and they can be found worldwide. Many ferns are native to jungles in Asia, Africa, and Australia. In New Zealand, the ferns can be enormous, growing 30 feet tall.
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