Fast growing, indigenous fern, growing into nice colonies with a dense vertical foliage. Its pinnae turn a nice yellow color in fall. Grows in a dry, sandy or even rocky soil. Forms an excellent groundcover.
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 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."