• Athyrium filix-femina ‘Frizelliae’ | Tatting Fern

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    Deciduous. European garden origin. Found, 1857 in the Irish garden of Mrs. Frizell. Reduced foliage creates the effect of tiny beads on dwarf plants.


  • Athyrium filix-femina ‘Minutissimum’ | Dwarf Lady Fern

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    Deciduous. European garden origin. Similar in form to it’s full-sized sister, this little lady makes a tidy clump of bright green foliage.


  • Cheilanthes argentea | Silver Cloak Fern

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    Evergreen. Native of Siberia to SE Asia. Like other dryland ferns it’s dwarf in size. Fronds are star-shaped, rich matte green on top, and a striking silvery-white underneath. Fronds curl when stressed by drought, but unfurl when moisture returns.


  • Cheilanthes lanosa | Hairy Lip Fern

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    Evergreen. This native of south and central North America makes lose clumps of soft-textured, fuzzy, olive-green fronds with chestnut coloured stems. Extremely drought tolerant, it may shrivel up during dry periods only to reemerge when moisture returns. In addition to a sharply draining rock garden soil mix, a top dressing of grit or gravel will keep roots cool in sunny locations.


  • Pellaea atropurpurea | Purple Cliff Brake

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    Evergreen. Native to eastern North America. Blue-grey leaflets on purple stems – a real treat. Clumping habit.


  • Polypodium virginianum

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    Evergreen. Medium to dark green, comb-like foliage on low growing plants. If you can match its seemingly incongruent needs, this delightful little northeastern North America native naturalizes slowly by branched, creeping rhizomes to form colonies. Shelter from strong winds.


  • Polystichum tsus-simense | Korean Rock Fern

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    Evergreen. East Asian origin. Produces a dwarf mound of dark green fronds with delicate dark veining on black stems. New foliage has a purplish cast.