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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Crested Ladyfern, Dre's Dagger Ladyfern)

The tall, arching fronds of this eye-catching ladyfern cultivar are lined with long, very narrow, finely divided leaflets ending in small, branched crests, which cross over one another to form numerous “X” shapes. Perfect for shaded mixed borders, woodland gardens and containers, ‘Dre’s Dagger’ should planted where its distinctive foliage can be admired up close.

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial species occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It thrives in full...

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James H. Schutte

(Crested Ladyfern)

The fresh green fronds of this distinctive ladyfern cultivar are lined with thin, finely divided leaflets with crested (branched) ends. Perfect for shaded mixed borders, woodland gardens and containers, ‘Encourage’ is more vigorous than many other crested forms. It should be planted where its delicate, frothy foliage can be admired up close.

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial species occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It thrives in full to part shade and moist,...

(Ladyfern)

The tall, upright to arching fronds of this unique, strong-growing ladyfern cultivar are lined with narrow, pointed, very finely divided leaflets which cross over one another, forming numerous “X” shapes. Perfect for shaded mixed borders, woodland gardens and containers, ‘Fieldii’ should planted where its unusual foliage can be admired up close.

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial species occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern Hemisisphere. It thrives in full to part shade...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Crested Ladyfern)

The fresh green fronds of this unique ladyfern cultivar feature crested (branching) ends, and are lined with small, serrated, fan-shaped leaflets. Perfect for shaded mixed borders, woodland gardens and containers, ‘Fieldii’ should planted where its unusual foliage can be admired up close. It differs from the separate cultivars ‘Frizelliae’, which does not have crested frond ends, and ‘Cristatum’, a form with elongated, crested leaflets.

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial species occurring...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Ladyfern)

This very old ladyfern cultivar dates back to the 1863, and was originally spotted growing in a damp meadow near the town of Axminster in southwest England. It is beloved for its tall, feathery, arching fronds lined with long, pointed, very finely cut leaflets. The fresh green plumes are particularly bright in spring, adding light to dark, shaded areas of the garden.

Elegant and easy to grow, this fern looks terrific combined with the bold, horizontal foliage of hostas and other perennials...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Ladyfern, Victoria Ladyfern)

The upright to arching fronds of this striking ladyfern cultivar are lined with narrow, pointed, finely divided leaflets with crested (branched) ends. Both the main leaflets and their smaller divisions cross over one another to form numerous “X” shapes. Perfect for shaded mixed borders, woodland gardens and containers, ‘Victoriae’ should planted where its unusual foliage can be admired up close.

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial species occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern...

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James Burghardt

(Asplenium Ladyfern, Southern Ladyfern)

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial fern occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. One of two subspecies found in North America, southern ladyfern occurs naturally in the south, southeastern and eastern portions of the United States, and overlaps somewhat with the range of its counterpart, northern ladyfern. Its tall, bright green, arching fronds are lined with long, finely divided leaflets with broad bases and long, narrow, pointed ends.

Elegant and easy to grow,...

(Ladyfern, Northern Ladyfern)

Ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial fern occurring throughout temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Northern ladyfern is a subspecies found naturally in Greenland and the northeastern and north central portions of North America, and overlaps somewhat with the range of its counterpart North American subspecies, southern ladyfern. Its tall, bright green, arching fronds are lined with long, pointed, finely divided leaflets, adding an elegant touch to shady, cold-climate gardens.

Elegant...

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Jesse Saylor

(Lady in Red Ladyfern, Ladyfern, Northern Ladyfern)

The showy ladyfern ‘Lady in Red’ was discovered as a wild variant by a volunteer at The New England Wildflower Society's gardens in Framingham, Massachusetts. It features brilliant purple-red stems that support ferny green foliage.

Northern ladyfern is a deciduous, terrestrial fern found in the moist woods of the central and eastern United States and Canada. It is a very hardy fern that can also be surprisingly resilient when faced with short periods of drought. The upright light green fronds...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Painted Fern)

Japanese painted fern is a deciduous ground fern native to moist forest floors of Japan, Korea and Taiwan. It produces dense clumps of delicately divided gray-green fronds with brown-red spines. As it grows, this fern appears to splay horizontally as if arching towards the ground. As it matures, it spreads by forming multiple crowns.

Japanese painted fern requires part to full shade to thrive and soil enriched with leaf mold. These ferns make an attractive accent when planted under purple-leaf...