Asparagus densiflorus ‘Myers Fern’Asparagus densiflorus ‘Sprengeri’Asplenium bulbiferumAthyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’Cyrtomium falcatumDavallia trichomanoidesDicksonia antarcticaDryopteris erythrosoraMicrolepia strigosaPolystichum munitumPolystichum polyblepharumRumohra adiantiformis

Myers Asparagus Fern



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  • Asparagus densiflorus ‘Myers Fern’

    Asparagus densiflorus 'Myers Fern' has many stiffly upright stems growing to 2 ft. or more densely clothed with needlelike deep green leaves that give the plant a fluffy look. It grows best in full sun or part shade and is hardy to Zone 9 but should be protected during cold ...[ read more ]

  • Asparagus Fern

    Asparagus densiflorus ‘Sprengeri’

    Moderate-growing, clumping evergreen perennial to 2-4’ tall x 4-6’ wide. With a delicate and airy appearance, it’s easier to understand why this species was given the common name “Asparagus Fern”, though it’s not an actual fern at all. Rather it’s a durable, tuberous perennial exhibiting gracefully-arching, prickly green stems clad ...[ read more ]

  • Mother Fern

    Asplenium bulbiferum

    Moderate-growing evergreen fern to 2-3’ tall x 3-4’ wide. This popular landscape favorite is an Australian native prized for its soft appearance and lush, brightly-colored foliage. Gracefully-arching, black-stemmed fronds contrasted with finely-cut, delicate looking, bright-green foliage make this species an outstanding selection for lending a tropical feel to the shade ...[ read more ]

  • Japanese Painted Fern

    Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’

    Moderate to slow-growing deciduous to semi-evergreen fern to 16” tall x 24-28” wide. One of the most colorful in the fern domain, this attractive, cold-hardy variety spreads by underground rhizomes to form a rounded mound of silvery-gray fronds with reddish-purple vein and stem accents. This coloration intensifies with age, truly ...[ read more ]

  • Cyrtomium falcatum

    Cyrtomium falcatum is also known as Japanese Holly Fern. Cyrtomium falcatum is an upright fern that forms a rounded mound up to 2 ft. high and 3 ft. wide. It sports glossy dark green fronds on slender arching stems. The individual leaves are leathery and serrated with sharp points. They ...[ read more ]

  • Squirrel's Foot Fern

    Davallia trichomanoides

    Davallia trichomanoides is a visually fascinating plant with its furry rhizomes and delicate finely divided gray-green fronds. It is sometimes called Squirrel's Foot Fern. It is an excellent choice for a basket. It grows as an epiphyte on tree branches in Malaysia New Guinea and Indonesia. Davallia is deciduous for ...[ read more ]

  • New Zealand Tree Fern

    Dicksonia antarctica

    Slow-growing evergreen tree fern eventually reaching 15’ tall, forming a canopy to 10’ wide with age. Requiring many years to reach maturity, this hardy species forms a slender, furry, reddish-brown trunk topped with gracefully-arching fronds of finely-cut, deep-green foliage that emerges from tight, snail-like spirals.  This lush foliage emerges bright-green, ...[ read more ]

  • Autumn Fern

    Dryopteris erythrosora

    Dryopteris erythrosora Autumn Fern is a colorful groundcover with pink fiddleheads that turn coppery orange as they unfurl. Fronds age to a lustrous dark green and remain well into winter. New growth continues through the season giving a colorful tapestry effect of copper and green from Spring to late Fall.

  • Lace Fern

    Microlepia strigosa

    Moderate-growing evergreen fern to 2-3’ tall x 3-4’ wide. This attractive clumping variety spreads via underground stems to form a spreading mound of gracefully-arching fronds clad with lacy, bright-green foliage that’s perfect for creating a tropical appearance in shadier parts of the garden. Well-suited in woodland settings, beds, borders or ...[ read more ]

  • Western Sword Fern

    Polystichum munitum

    Polystichum munitum (Western Sword Fern) is an evergreen fern native to western North America where it is one of the most abundant ferns occurring along the Pacific Coast from Alaska south to Southern California. The dark green fronds of this fern grow nearly 6 feet tall in a tight clump ...[ read more ]

  • Tassel Fern; Japanese Lace Fern

    Polystichum polyblepharum

    Polystichum polyblepharum is mistakenly called holly fern. Japanese Tassel Fern or Japanese Lace Fern is an evergreen fern that is native to Japan and southern Korea. It features shiny bipinnate dark green fronds (1-2 ft. long) with finely divided but overlapping pinnae. It grows in an outward-spreading vase-shaped clump to ...[ read more ]

  • Leathleaf Fern

    Rumohra adiantiformis

    Moderate-growing evergreen fern to 3’ tall, spreading via underground roots to 4-5’ wide. Prized for its lacy-looking tropical foliage, this attractive and highly-popular species forms an arching mound of triangular-shaped fronds clad with finely-cut, glossy, deep-green foliage that’s perfect for lending a tropical touch to shadier parts of the landscape. ...[ read more ]

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