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Ferns/Ferns
This fern has very fine foliage and thin wirey stems.
19/12/2007 | 1825 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
Large, clustered, erect to spreading perennial from stout, densley scaly, short rhizomes.    
22/07/2010 | 1640 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
New leaves are stunning purple with silver stripes along vein lines and tips.
19/12/2007 | 1992 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
Olive green and maroon, arching fronds with silver highlights on brown stems.
19/12/2007 | 1870 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
Strongly upright gray-green foliage. Excellent as a specimen, or for massing. A terrific contrast to bold-leaved plants such as Hosta. Foliage is deciduous in winter leaves should be trimmed to the ground in late fall or early spring.
19/12/2007 | 1791 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
Commonly known as tatting fern, has arching fronds made up of rolled and whorled pinnae giving it the look of little beads strung together on each stem. It is a compact but unique little fern, so plant it along the border where it can be best...
19/12/2007 | 1720 Hits | Read more...

Ferns/Ferns
Lady ferns are showy and vigorous, forming dense, lacy clumps which spread slowly reaching a height of 0.3-0.9m (1-3 feet) They prefer moist, humus-rich soil but adapt well to drier garden conditions. On moist sites, they will tolerate more sun. ...
05/02/2008 | 1633 Hits | Read more...

Ferns/Ferns
A most attractive neat and compact evergreen fern which is called the hard fern because, unlike most ferns which have very soft delicate foliage, this one has tough leathery leaves. These are ladder-shaped, and older leaves form a loose rosette...
19/12/2007 | 1683 Hits | Read more...

Ferns/Ferns
This plant is suitable for growing indoors. Requires consistently moist soil, do not let it dry out between waterings.
23/07/2008 | 1543 Hits

Ferns/Ferns
Cllump forming fern foundd throughout North America and the Pacific Northwest.
22/07/2010 | 1610 Hits

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