A distinctive and lovely fern that can be grown as an indoor houseplant or year round outdoors in USDA Zones 8-11, the Rosy Maidenhair Fern grows into a small, upright clump to about 18 inches high and wide. While the deep green leathery mature foliage is handsome throughout the season, the very pretty young fronds emerge pink, which is highly unusual for a fern! It performs best in consistently moist and organically rich soils though has faired well through dry periods in our gardens where we have it growing in a woodland area near our garden pond. A reliable fern that has come back every year for many years in our Zone 8 Georgia gardens, we've seen no problems with pests or disease and the deer and rabbits turn their nose up to it. Get all the details below!