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View more details: Maidenhair Fern Adiantum pedatum
Maidenhair Fern
Ferns
Soft textured light blue-green leaflets uniquely arranged in the shape of horseshoes atop wire-thin ebony colored stems.
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View more details: Himalayan Maidenhair Fern Adiantum venustum var. himalayense
Himalayan Maidenhair Fern
Ferns
An easy growing fern from the Mountains of China, Himalayan maidenhair is one of the all time great ferns for the temperate climate shade garden. It is a slow creeper with lovely lacy fine textured many-segmented foliage carried upon wiry thin, shiny black stems.
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View more details: 'Ghost' Lady Fern Athyrium 'Ghost'
'Ghost' Lady Fern
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Strong grower with leaves of ghostly silver-gray, neat semi-upright habit.
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View more details: 'Godzilla' Japanese Painted Fern Athyrium 'Godzilla'
'Godzilla' Japanese Painted Fern
Ferns
Is thought to be a cross between the Japanese painted fern and lady fern, showing large silvery fronds with purple stems.
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View more details: 'Lady in Red' Lady Fern Athyrium angustum forma rubellum 'Lady in Red'
'Lady in Red' Lady Fern
Ferns
Brilliant burgundy red leaf stalks visible from a long distance, exceptional contrast against crisp green lacy leaflets.
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View more details: Lady Fern Athyrium filix-femina
Lady Fern
Ferns
Vibrant green, lush, fine textured foliage. Vase shaped habit. Native species.
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View more details: Dwarf Lady Fern Athyrium filix-femina 'Minutissima'
Dwarf Lady Fern
Ferns
Unique for its dwarf habit, considerably shorter and more compact than regular lady fern. It is dainty and shorter than regular lady ferns and clothed in lacy light to mid green deciduous foliage.
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View more details: Japanese Painted Fern Athyrium nipponicum 'Pictum'
Japanese Painted Fern
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Exotic bluish-gray maroon-flushed leaves atop deep wine-red leaf stalks.
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View more details: 'Branford Beauty' Lady Fern Athyrium x 'Branford Beauty'
'Branford Beauty' Lady Fern
Ferns
Beautiful leaf color and regal upright habit, quick to mature but slow spreading. Easy to grow, no maintenance.
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View more details: Golden-scaled Male Fern Dryopteris affinis
Golden-scaled Male Fern
Ferns
Distinctly lance shaped, leathery, deep green, stately leaves with shaggy golden-brown furry scales on their leaf stalks.
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View more details: Stabler's Golden-scaled Male Fern Dryopteris affinis 'Stableri'
Stabler's Golden-scaled Male Fern
Ferns
A distinctly robust, highly architectural selection with deep green leaves oriented in symmetrical manner.
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View more details: Crisped Broad Buckler Fern Dryopteris dilatata 'Crispa Whiteside'
Crisped Broad Buckler Fern
Ferns
Chartreuse in youth, the broad flattened leaves mature to mid green and impart a softness that makes people want to touch them.
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View more details: 'Brilliance'™ Autumn Fern Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'™
'Brilliance'™ Autumn Fern
Ferns
Juvenile leaves lustrous, golden orange, turning green in maturity. Often multicolored effect, during fall entire plant takes on red and orange hues. Tough, drought tolerant, long lived.
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View more details: Robust Male Fern Dryopteris filix-mas 'Undulata Robusta'
Robust Male Fern
Ferns
Exceptional stately habit with sturdy wavy edged semi-wintergreen leaves reaching 3 feet long. Native cultivar.
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View more details: Fancy Fern Dryopteris intermedia
Fancy Fern
Ferns
Tall, showy, soft textured, epitomizes what a fern should look like. Also one of the most durable ferns. Native to eastern North America.
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View more details: Leatherleaf Fern Dryopteris marginalis
Leatherleaf Fern
Ferns
Shiny deep green leathery-textured leaves are wintergreen and drought resistant. Native species.
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View more details: Ostrich fern Matteuccia struthiopteris var. pennsylvanica
Ostrich fern
Ferns
Bright green leaves resemble giant ostrich plumes. Tall, tough, hardy and graceful. Moisture tolerant. Native species.
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View more details: Sensitive Fern Onoclea sensibilis
Sensitive Fern
Ferns
Deep lobed yellow-green foliage accented with rich brown beadlike spore bearing fertile leaves--excellent in dried flower arrangements. Native species, moisture tolerant.
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View more details: Cinnamon Fern Osmunda cinnamomea
Cinnamon Fern
Ferns
Robust, stately native species with large vibrant green foliage and cinnamon brown fertile leaves that arise in spring. Robust and stately in appearance. Moisture tolerant.
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View more details: Interrupted Fern Osmunda claytoniana
Interrupted Fern
Ferns
Medium green upright leaves are interrupted in the center by spore bearing leaflets which mature to brown. Exceptionally striking fern. Native species, moisture tolerant.
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View more details: Royal Fern Osmunda regalis
Royal Fern
Ferns
Large graceful fern with marvelous. Locustlike leaves that emerge wine-red and later become green.
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View more details: Japanese Beech Fern Phegopteris decursive-pinnata
Japanese Beech Fern
Ferns
Vigorous grower that bulks up over time.
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View more details: Christmas Fern Polystichum acrostichoides
Christmas Fern
Ferns
Popular native species with dark leathery green, wintergreen leaves. The springborne fiddleheads are attractive silvery-gray.
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View more details: Japanese Tassel Fern Polystichum polyblepharum
Japanese Tassel Fern
Ferns
Remarkably lustrous dark green wintergreen leaves.
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View more details: Japanese Sword Fern Polystichum retrosopaleaceum
Japanese Sword Fern
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Japanese sword fern emerges early and initially appears soft and velvet-like. It is unique for its exceptionally large, gracefully arching foliage which gives it a dramatic cascading character unlike any other hardy fern. At first glance it may appear soft, even fragile, but it is tough and reliable year after year.
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