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Bladder Fern - Cystopteris bulbifera
Bladder Ferns are great for rock gardens and hardy enough for tougher soils. Part of this is because they are native to rockier areas of North America: in fact, these ferns can...
New York Fern
New York Ferns - Thelypteris noveboracensis
New York Ferns are a smaller fern, with a bright green frond with one special, unique characteristic. The size of the leaves on the fronds tapers both at the tip and towards...
Silvery Glade Fern
Silvery Glade Fern
Silvery Glade Fern grows best in wetland areas, and of course around climates which are cool, damp, and receive a large amount of shade. These plants are drought tolerant but should be afforded moist to...
Shield Fern - Dryopteris cristata
Shield Ferns are a sturdy mid-sized fern, which are simple to grow. Shield Ferns are similar to most ferns in that they seem to grow best in shaded moist areas. This fern does...
Autumn Fern - Dryopteris erythrosora
Autumn Ferns, as the name suggests, portray dazzling autumn colors. These ferns change colors beginning in spring, and typically by summer's end are brilliant green once more...
Beech Ferns - Phegopteris hexagonoptera
Beech Ferns are considered to be hardy if their water needs are met and work well in outdoors in gardens or yards or indoors in planters or pots. They are non-toxic perennials...
Boston Fern - Pteridium aquilinum
Boston Ferns consist of long, slender fronds similar to the Sword Fern. They do, however, grow considerably smaller in size than their close cousins. Many growers and gardeners...
Brake Fern - Pteridium aquilinum
Brake ferns have long pointed leaves, and quick growing fronds, this fern often has a thick, bushy look. They are hardy and bright green, simple to plant and reproduce. Their...
Broad Beech Fern
Broad Beech Ferns bring lots of natural beauty to all types of shady gardens when grown. It has rich green color and also long fronds that can grow to be up to two feet long. This fern does well when...
Netted Chain Ferns - Woodwardia areolata
Netted Chain Ferns are very similar in care requirements and appearance to the more common Sensitive Fern. The biggest difference between the two, is that the fertile fronds...
Christmas Fern - Polystichum acrostichoides
Christmas fern is an American native. Their genuine tract occurs alien Prominent Scotia, on the north, to Florida. They suit rejected as take west as Texas. These ferns...
Cinnamon Fern - Osmundastrum cinnamomeum
Cinnamon Ferns are native to many of the world's bogs and swamps, with a natural rage occurring primarily in the Americas and Eastern Asia. The Cinnamon Fern is not...
Climbing Ferns are amazing and add lots of color to areas. It can be trained to grow up trees and onto other structures as long as the soil conditions are good. They prefer to be in soils that are...
Fragile Ferns are great to add to rocky areas, and they grow between the rocks to add some great color. They love soils that are moist but also do great in drier soil types as long as they are fertile...
Golden Fern - Pityrogramma austroamericana
The Golden Fern is native to the Americas, with a natural range that extends as far as Hawaii. Golden Ferns commonly grow in rocky areas with spare, thin soil, and are...
Grape Ferns are very unusual. As the fronds grow, they have small berries to look like small grapes on them. These are very delicate ferns, and the stems are very fragile on them. They can...
Hairy Lipfern Fern
Hairy lips ferns are a delicate and elegant looking one and look amazing when added to containers and also grows well in gardens and natural areas. It does great when planted in full and partial...
Hay Scented Fern
Hay Scented Fern - Dennstaedtia punctilobula
Hay Scented Fern is a rarity among larger ferns since it still has a lacy or delicate look. These ferns are notorious for fast growth and will establish themselves in...
Lady Fern - Athyrium felix-femina
Lady Ferns are excellent in landscaping, low developing mixed bag that are impeccably suited for fringes along water components and patio nursery dividers. These greeneries are...
Leatherwood Ferns - Dryopteris marginalis
Leatherwood ferns are named for their fronds which are slightly thick and leathery looking. These ferns can provide a strong contrast against more lace-like ferns like the...
Shade ferns prefer the cooler shade because too much sun can damage the leaves and burn them or cause them to turn a yellow or brown color. These ferns do well in shade.
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