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June 18, 2018

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Ferns - Displayed by Common Name in Ascending Order

 

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Fern Asplenium scolopendrium 'Phyllitis'
1. Hart's Tongue Fern (Crested)
An evergreen fern with tongue-shaped, leathery, bright green fronds. 12A-South Click to display n/a 18"-30" 18" n/a 8" Terra Cotta
Matteuccia struthiopteris 
2. Ostrich Fern
One of the largest and most popular ferns in cultivation today. The dark green, pinnate fronds are shaped like ostrich plumes, being much wider at... 12A-South Click to display n/a 36"-6' 36"-48" 3-7 8" Terra Cotta
Osmunda regalis var regalis
3. European Royal Fern
One of the most handsome ferns we grow. There is a distinct difference in the appearance of the American and Royal Ferns. The European strain... 12A-South Click to display n/a 24"-6' 24"-6' 2-10 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Australian Sword) Nephrolepis obliterata
4. Emerald Queen
Nephrolepis obliterata 'Emerald Queen', or the Australian Sword Fern, is a very large sized fern similar in appearance and type to the common Boston Fern.... 4D-North Click to display n/a n/a 24"-36" 24"-36" n/a 6" Green
Fern (Australian Sword); Fern (Kimberly Queen)
5. Kimberly Queen
Bold and beautiful, Kimberly Queen fern is easy to grow. The dark green fronds are perfect for adding tropical texture to shaded decks, patios, and... n/a Click to display n/a 36"-5' 12"-24" 8 10" Hanging Basket
Fern (Autumn) Dryopteris erythrosora
6. Brilliance Autumn Fern
This evergreen improved new clone is a more colorful form of the evergreen Autumn fern. The new fronds are lustrous and orange/bronze and become dark... 12A-South Click to display n/a 18"-24" 18"-24" 5-8 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Boston) Nephrolepis exaltata
7. Bostoniensis
A favorite since Victorian times, with gracefully hanging fronds. Excellent in hanging baskets or ina container on a stand. Boston Ferns are one of the... 4D-North Click to display n/a 24"-36" 24"-36" 10-12 6" Green
Fern (Christmas) Polystichum acrostichoides
8. Christmas Fern
  12A-South Click to display n/a n/a 24" 24" 5 8" Green
Fern (Dwarf Tree) Blechnum gibbum
9. Silver Lady
This fern looks great when used in large pots for display around patio or planted in shaded moist areas in the garden, included in a... 4D-North Click to display n/a 36"-48" 24"-36" n/a 6" Green
Fern (Japanese Painted - Giant) Athyrium niponicum
10. Godzilla
Like Athyrium n. ‘Pictum’ on steroids, this giant painted fern was discovered at Plant Delights Nursery in the mid-90s and is thought to be a... 12A-South Click to display n/a 36" 48"-6' 3-8 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Japanese Painted)
11. Pictum / Metallicum
2004 Perennial Plant of the Year! One of the most colorful ferns for the garden, the Japanese Painted Fern has silvery-grey fronds which are dusty... 12A-South Click to display n/a 12"-18" 24" 3-8 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Lady) Athyrium filix-femina
12. Lady Fern
Lady Ferns are one of the most admired groups of ferns for the shady, moist, woodland location in the garden or in a natural woodland... 12A-South Click to display n/a 12"-24" 24" 4-8 8" Terra Cotta
13. Tatting Fern ('Frizelliae')
A most unusual lady fern that does not look like normal ferns as it has roundish leaflets on its short stems. It will always be... 12A-South Click to display n/a n/a 12"-18" 18" 4-8 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Male) Dryopteris affinis
14. Cristata - The King
A three foot high clump of dark shiny green with two tufted lines shooting from the crown to converge at the tip of each frond... 12A-South Click to display n/a 24"-48" 24"-48" 4-8 8" Green
15. Golden Scaled Male Fern
A three foot high clump of dark shiny green with two tufted lines shooting from the crown to converge at the tip of each frond... 12A-South Click to display n/a 24"-48" 36" 4-8 8" Terra Cotta
Fern (Red Stemmed Painted) Athyrium niponicum
16. Red Beauty
A recently introduced deciduous fern which is similar to A. n. 'Pictum'. It has silvery-green fronds, but the stems and veins are much brighter red.... 12A-South Click to display n/a 18"-24" 12"-18" 4-9 8" Terra Cotta
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Container Size
Spring Summer Autumn
Bloom Season

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