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Athyrium nipponicum Metallicum (38 cells)

Trays: 9
This highly adaptable fern has gray-green burgundy foliage with strong silver highlights. The reddish stems add additional interest. The plant grows best in light shade and in a rich, moist soil.  Production Location: Florida  Tray...

Athyrium nipponicum Red Beauty (38 cells)

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Silvery-green fronds, but the stems and veins take on a bright red with mature plants. Its broad habit makes this cultivar a good groundcover for moist, shady areas. It grows quickly if provided with moist, well-drained soil.  Production...

Cyrtomium fortunei (38 cells)

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This fast-growing fern will tolerate colder weather than the much-loved Japanese holly fern. Erect habit with glossy, dark-green leaves.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common Name: Fortune's cold hardy...

Dryopteris erythrosora (38 cells)

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In early summer, fronds first appear with coppery-bronze foliage. The copper color remains until they mature, in summer, and change to a shiny kelly green.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38 plants  Common Name:...

Matteuccia struthiopteris (38 cells)

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A big, showy shade-garden specimen. Tall, bright green sterile fronds surround cinnamon-brown fertile fronds. American native. Deer resistant. Tolerates sun if kept moist.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 38...

Osmunda cinnamomea (38 cell)

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Osmunda cinnamomea (Cinnamon Fern), a North American native, is an upright clump forming fern with arching fronds rising 2 to 5 feet in a vase shaped circle. One of the largest and most dramatic of the native ferns, Osmunda cinnamomea looks best when...

Phyllitis scolopendrium 'Undulata' (38 cells)

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Leathery, light green fronds with wavy margins form erect arching clumps.  Production Location: Florida  Common Name: Hart's tongue fern  USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9  Mature Height: 12 inches  Foliage...

Polystichum polyblepharum (38 cells)

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A favorite for the shady side of the garden. New fronds unfurl in a light, fresh, spring green; later, as the fronds mature, they turn a darker shade. Its homespun name, tassel fern, comes from the frond's unique unfurling habits. After they unwind, the...