Osmunda cinnamomea (Cinnamon Fern)
A great moist woodland garden fern. The familiar "fiddleheads" uncoil from the base of the plant into large 2-4' long fronds which remain attractive throughout the year and turn yellow in autumn. The common name of this plant is in reference to the cinnamon-colored fibers found near the frond bases used in the potting of orchids.
This Species Genotype is Unknown From the Greater Midwest
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