Washington State has a variety of ferns commonly found growing throughout the state, according to the Washington Native Plant Society. Ferns such as maidenhair, lady, oak and western sword ferns grow in moist, forested areas within the state's confines. American parsley, irregular polypody and Shasta ferns are common in dry, rocky areas within the state.
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