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Ferns

ADIANTUM VENUSTUM

This species has a delicate appearance, with black stems holding very small leaves of soft green. Appreciates a rich soil that stays evenly moist. Not a good choice for dry shade under thirsty types of trees.

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ATHYRIUM AUGUSTUM FORMA RUBELLUM

Muchlike the species Athyrium filix-femina from which it is issued, but with intensely red petioles, hence its name 'Lady In Red'. Only one plant will form a large clump. Needs a moist or dry soil.

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ATHYRIUM FILIX-FEMINA MINUTISSIMUM

It is quite a sight in the spring to see this fern emerging. Literally hundreds of tightly coiled fronds appear within a very small area. Prefers a rich and moist soil but can tolerate drought once established.

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ATHYRIUM GODZILLA

It forms a massive, arching clump of silvery fronds with green highlights and dark purple stems. Giant version of the Japanese painted fern. Needs a moist and rich soil.

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ATHYRIUM NIPONICUM PICTUM REGAL RED

Very colorful fern with striking violet red fronds that are contrasted by bright silver edges, giving an overall outstanding effect. Prefers a rich and moist soil but can tolerate drought once established.

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ATHYRIUM NIPPONICUM PICTUM

Large triangular, silvery gray fronds with narrow leafstalk that are often reddish. Thrives in a light, fresh and humid soil.

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DRYOPTERIS CRASSIRHIZOMA

Semi-evergreen plant. The massive crown of this fern and the stems are covered with long brown scales. The fronds form a perfect vase shape on the forest floor making this fern an ideal specimen plant. Requires moist, humus-rich soil.

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DRYOPTERIS OREADES

Originating from the Alps, this fern keeps its foliage up to December and resists to sunny areas if the soil is moist. Will also grow well in shade even if the soil is dry. Soil; moist or dry.

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MATTEUCIA STRUTHIOPTERIS

Very popular, this huge fern displays large olive-green fronds. Fiddle-heads are picked before limbs have unfolded. Needs a very humid, rich in composted organic substance and well drained soil.

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POLYSTICHUM MAKINOI

The lustrous, olive-green fronds of Polystichum makinoi make it a unique and interesting addition to the shade garden. This fern grows best in a rich, moist, and well-drained soil.

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