Ferns




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Asplenum platyneuron Ebony Spleenwort Qty 24

Asplenum platyneuron Ebony Spleenwort Qty 24

Compact and graceful ferns of exquisite proportion, they lace cliffs with delicate wiry stems set with small leaflets, the easiest Spleenwort.
$65.50

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Diplazium (Athyrium) pycnocarpon Glade Fern Qty 24

Diplazium (Athyrium) pycnocarpon Glade Fern Qty 24

A largely tropical genus of 400 species closely related to Athyrium, Diplazium pycnocarpon is one of the few temperate species native to moist woodlands in the eastern United States. It is also commonly known as Narrow Leafed Spleenwort or Tennessee Ostrich fern, elegant narrow once pinnate fronds can reach 3 ' if happy, an attractive fern that spreads slowly and is generally easy to cultivate.
$65.50

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Adiantum pedatum Maiden Hair Fern Qty 24

Adiantum pedatum Maiden Hair Fern Qty 24

One of the most delicate and graceful ferns they increase slowly and seldom need restraint, indeed I can't imagine having too many of them. The fronds magically unfurl atop their shiny black stems to reveal a swirl of unmatched loveliness. A must for every garden, it prefers a little lime but will tolerate a wide range of soils.
$80.50

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Athyrium filix-femina Lady Fern Qty 24

Athyrium filix-femina Lady Fern Qty 24

This popular fern is among the loveliest medium tall species. It advances rather rapidly showing off its extremely attractive new growth often with striking red stems. It prefers rather moist shade.
$80.50

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Dryopteris carthusiana (spinulosa) Toothed Wood Qty 24

Dryopteris carthusiana (spinulosa) Toothed Wood Qty 24

Similar to Leather Wood but with more finely toothed and dissected leaves. I prefer it to Leather Wood but both make fine, carefree garden plants, and are great for general landscape use.
$80.50

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Dryopteris marginalis Leather Wood Fern Qty 24

Dryopteris marginalis Leather Wood Fern Qty 24

The most evergreen of our native Dryopteris, easily identified by the sori that sit on the pinnule margins, with handsome leathery glaucous green fronds, it prefers deep rocky pockets of leaf mould, but it will endure some dryness. A good choice for cut fronds it is the epitome of what most people want in a fern. I love the crowns in early spring before the crosiers start to unfurl, sitting there in an inward pointing ring of teeth, surrounded by the outward pointing spokes of last years stems (sensors to warn of approaching prey), the creature at the bottom of Jabba's sand pit comes to mind.
$80.50

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Osmunda cinnamonea Cinnamon Fern Qty 24

Osmunda cinnamonea Cinnamon Fern Qty 24

Stately 3' - 5' plants, it likes moist shady places and even waterlogged sites but dislikes alkaline soils, fertile fronds are cinnamon brown hence the name, stunning en-masse.
$80.50

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Osmunda regalis Royal Fern Qty 24

Osmunda regalis Royal Fern Qty 24

A large species that prefers to dangle its toes in the water, growing to over 6' tall and occasionally as much as 10'; mass plantings have an almost prehistoric nature, just the thing for landscaping Komodo dragon pens.
$80.50

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Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern Qty 24

Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern Qty 24

Perhaps the best fern for growing amongst flowers, the leathery brilliant evergreen fronds and neat upright rosettes, 12" tall are a favorite of mine. Sturdy but non-invasive it prefers alkaline soil but does well on rock and sand.
$80.50

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Asplenum platyneuron Ebony Spleenwort Qty 48

Asplenum platyneuron Ebony Spleenwort Qty 48

Compact and graceful ferns of exquisite proportion, they lace cliffs with delicate wiry stems set with small leaflets, the easiest Spleenwort.
$109.00

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