Gracious and delicate fern; its magnificient limbs fan out horizontally; this fern prefers rich and humid soils.
Every garden must included this hardy native fern! With its wild style, it gives a more natural look to urban landscapings. Grows in a rich and well drained soil, dry or humid. The soil can be interspersed with rocks.
Tolerates drought and strong winds. Its evergreen foliage will be more bluish in shady areas and apple green in sun. Soil: well drained, can tolerate dry soils.
Native, this small fern is a fast grower. When planted in a clump you will get a stronger impact. Soil: Dry or semi-moist; will even grow in the needles underneath evergreens."
Native, this fast grower fern is easy to cultivate. At the end of the summer, it will form nice and decorative brown spikes. Soil: will grow in any type of soil; moist or dry."
Less known, this nice fern is a good companion for hostas. Thrives in a humid or semi-dry soil."
Tall native fern. Can tolerate full sun if planted in a soil that is constantly humid. Can even grow in water. Can also tolerate a dryer soil in a shady or partly shady area.
Deep green fronds with bluish hues; tough looking; evergreen foliage. Needs a rich and well drained soil but can also grow in dry areas."
This fast grower native little fern is perfect underneath evergreens. It will form a nice carpet of dense foliage. Soil: grows in dry or moist soil.