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  • Adiantum pedatum | Northern Maidenhair Fern

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    Deciduous. This rare Nova Scotia native has dainty bright green fronds held up on shiny black stems creating a light, airy texture in the woodland garden. Easy to grow, spreading by shallow rhizomes to form a dense groundcover.


  • Adiantum venustum | Himalayan Maidenhair Fern

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    Deciduous. Native to the foothills of the Himalayas. Wiry black stems hold very small, tear-drop shaped, soft green leaves. Forms a low, delicate looking, slow-spreading patch. Avoid hot summers and dry shade.


  • Arachniodes standishii | Upside-down Fern

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    Evergreen. Native to mountainous Japan and Korea. Fronds are a lacey three times divided, a wonderful bright green colour, and held in a vase-shape arrangement. This striking fern has pinnules bent down, which gives the impression of looking up from underneath the frond instead of down from above.


  • Asplenium trichomanes subsp. trichomanes

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    Evergreen. Native to northeastern North America, this little charmer has spreading, deep green fronds that form a dense, spreading rosette. Fronds are held almost upright in our sunny rock garden.


  • Athyrium angustum forma rubellum | Red-Stemmed Northern Lady Fern

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    Deciduous. Often labeled ‘Lady in Red’, this northeastern North American native produces lacy green fronds on contrasting stems of deep maroon to sharp red. Colour takes one or two winters to really show. Like most Lady Ferns, the frond stems are delicate, so site where protected from strong winds or trampling pets.


  • 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.


  • Athyrium niponicum ‘Regal Red’

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    Deciduous. Asian, garden origin. The fronds dark red interior contrasts with bright silver edges creating a brilliant tapestry effect. Pinnae twist slightly giving the frond a fluffy look. This trouble-free fern will tolerate periods of drought once established. Colour is better with just a touch of early morning or late afternoon sun.


  • Athyrium niponicum var. Pictum | Japanese Painted Fern

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    Deciduous. Asian origin. Japanese painted fern has lovely pastel purple, silver and green markings. Low maintenance and cold and heat tolerant, it naturalizes well, spreading slowly by branching rhizomes. Best colour in bright shade. A must for any shade garden.


  • Athyrium otophorum | Eared Lady Fern

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    Deciduous. Native to east Asia. Clumps of triangular, pale green young fronds with maroon stems add refreshing colour to woodland scenes.


  • 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.