Dennstaedtia punctilobula, or Hay-scented Fern, is a deciduous fern with pale green, twice pinnate fronds and a very lacy texture.
Soil moisture: Dry-Moist
Carex pensylvanica, or Pennsylvania Sedge, is a perennial sedge that is one of the first to bloom in spring. Pennsylvania Sedge enjoys upland woodlands, wooded slopes or sandy openings in wooded areas. Light: Part Sun Moisture: Medium Height: 1-2′
Dyopteris intermedia, or Wood Fern, is a dry woodland, clump growing fern. Light: Shade Soil Moisture: Dry-Moist Height: 18″