A gently spreading fern with soft green tapering fronds that are simply divided, and produce a bushy overlapping ground cover effect.
Country of Origin: Asia.
This evergreen fern is a native of Mexico, bearing two types of fronds, sterile and fertile, the fertile fronds look like Astilbe, hence 'flowering fern'.
A rare and unusual fern with new fronds that emerge golden-yellow in spring, then mature to a dark glossy green and triangular in shape.
Hardy to approx. -10°.
Country of Origin: Australia
Soft lacy mid-green fronds, arching from a central crown. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: North America, Europe
Arching 'parasol' fronds of dark green, slowly spreading on creeping rhizomes.
Soft dark green fronds, with a slight twist as they form a dense clump. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Central Europe
A low growing evergreen fern with small dark green leaves, tipped pink Spring as the new growth emerges. Rhizomes allow the the plant to slowly spread. Fully hardy.
Attractive, tough fronds. Semi-evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain
A soft finely divided gently spreading fern with mid green fronds that have a slightly hairy appearance.
Country of Origin: East Asia
Long narrow dark green fronds, deeply serrated. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain
Dark green glossy fronds, with silvery tips as they uncurl. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Japan, Korea
Beautiful triangular fronds emerge coppery-pink, then mature through bronze to glossy green. Evergreen. Fully Hardy. Origin: Japan
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