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The Lady fern or Red Stem fern has a feathery textured frond with a red stem. It is a slow spreading fern which will make a nice mass in a few years. The Southern Lady fern thrives in the garden given any reasonably good soil and will make a dense stand over time. The Southern Lady Fern is also known as the Tatting Fern. Lady Ferns have leaves that turn bronze in the fall and then dark brown over the winter. It prefers to have its feet wet. This plant is used for container plantings borders foundation planting massing and groundcover. The Southern Lady fern is perennial and is deciduous. This very versatile plant goes well with evergreen shrubs and Hostas..
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Fern Lady in Red Ferns

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Lady in Red Fern Athyrium Lady in Red is strong-growing and dependable. Tough and easy to grow this sultry beauty is the right choice for perennial borders and woodlands alike. A breathtaking flush of new fronds appears in the spring with new leaves appearing throughout the season for a continuously fresh look. The lacy light green foliage is held upright on dark brilliant red-violet stipes (fern stems). Each plant of this slowly spreading fern should spread to 3 in 5 years. Lady in Red is a deciduous easy-to-grow fern that makes a great blending plant for hosta and other bold-leaf plants in the woodland garden. It tolerates a wide range of soil and light conditions and provides seasonal cover for birds and other wildlife. It makes a good ground cover in shaded areas. The colorful fronds can be used in fresh arrangements.

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Fern Spreading Wood Fern Ferns

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Fern - Spreading Wood Fern Dryopteris Expansa has a stout woody creeping or ascending stock with large green lacy fronds. The leaflets of the fronds have fringed tips and sides. It grows one to two feet long in open graceful clumps and has a ruffled look. Wood Fern is a species of fern native to cool temperate and subarctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It prefers cool moist mixed or evergreen forests and rock crevices on alpine slopes often growing on rotting logs and tree stumps and rocky slopes. It is especially associated with stream banks. The species name of this fern expansa is from the Latin expando meaning to spread out spread apart to expand Other common names include Northern Wood Fern Arching Wood Fern Spiny Wood Fern and Crested Wood Fern.

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Brilliance Fern Ferns

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The Brilliance Fern Dryopteris Brilliance is a new colorful and more brilliant form of the Autumn Fern. The young fronds of this cultivars are showy and orange. The fronds hold their glossy green sheen at maturity. The growth habit is identical to the Autumn but as a whole it is dramatically more showy. This fern is a great addition to the fern garden. The Brilliance Fern is an evergreen fern and is slow-spreading. Its easy to grow and is surprisingly drought tolerant once established in a garden.

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Ghost Fern Ferns

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The Ghost Fern Athyrium niponicum var. pictum and Athyrium filix-feminais is a deciduous hybrid fern. The characteristic that is most noteable is its upright silvery foliage. The silvery foliage is acquired from its Japanese painted fern parent

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Red Beauty Fern Ferns

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The Red Beauty Fern Athyrium Red Beauty is a very vigorous and attractive relative to the Japanese Painted Fern. The Red Beauty Fern is a quick-growing plant for any partly to fully shaded garden location. The stems and veins remain bright red from spring to frost while its long elegant lacy fronds cast silvery-green shadows in the shade. The upright fronds do not turn green in hot summer weather. You can use this plant as a groundcover because of its broad habit and fast growth. The Red Beauty can be used in containers borders and the fronds may be used for indoor arrangements. The deeply-dissected fern-like medium green leaves have a strong somewhat spicy aroma that may persist when used in dried arrangements. Rabbits prefer not to eat on the Red Beauty Fern. Place this plant in moist well-drained enriched soil.

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Christmas Fern Ferns

Christmas Fern Ferns

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The Christmas Fern Polystichum acrostichoides occurs in both dry and moist wooded slopes moist banks and ravines. It typically grows in a fountain-like clump to 2 tall and features leathery lance-shaped evergreen (green at Christmas time as the common name suggests) fronds. Stocking shape of the pinnae also suggests Christmas. Crosiers (young fiddleheads) in spring are silvery and scaled. Sori appear on the undersides of the pinnae only at the ends (last 1/3) of the fronds. Christmas ferns are asymmetrical with a fine texture and has a moderately dense crown. The evergreen fronds provide good winter interest for the landscape. This fern does not spread but the clumps increase in size over time. These plants serve as hosts for butterfly larvae.

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Cinnamon Fern Ferns

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The Cinnamon Fern Osmunda cinnamonea occurs in moist boggy ground along streams and on shaded ledges and grows in clumps to 2-3 tall but with constant moisture can reach 5 in height. When new fronds appear they have a cinnamon color. The yellowish-green sterile fronds remain attractive throughout the summer and turn yellow in autumn. The common name of Cinnamon ferns is in reference to the cinnamon colored fibers found near the fronds base. Osumunda fiber used in the potting of orchids comes from the roots of these ferns. Plant them in a loamy woodland soil in some shade to mimic the natural environment. This fern is used in container plantings rock gardens borders specimen plants and as ground cover. Cinnamon ferns do not have flowers or blooms. This plant tolerates flooding and will grow in wet submerged soils.

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Royal Fern Ferns

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The Royal Fern Osmunda regalis is a tall deciduous fern which usually occurs on moist bluffs and ledges and along streams (sometimes growing in the water). Royal Ferns typically grows in clumps to 2-3 tall but with constant moisture can reach 6 in height. The broad fronds have large well-separated pinnae (leaflets) which give this fern an almost pea-family appearance. Fronds typically turn yellow to brown in autumn. The Royal Fern is also known as the Flowering Fern and is deciduous. Spores are located in brown tassel-like fertile clusters at the tips of the fronds thus giving rise to the additional common name of flowering fern for this plant. The Royal Fern is an excellent selection for wet areas along ponds streams water gardens or in bogs. It also grows well in shaded borders woodland gardens wild gardens or native plant gardens.

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