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Image of Athyrium niponicum var. pictum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Painted Fern)

This natural variety of Japanese Painted Fern is a deciduous ground fern native to moist forest floors of Japan, Korea and Taiwan with very beautiful leaves. It produces dense clumps of delicately divided fronds in varying shades of gray-green and metallic silver often flushed with red. The leaf's midrib is usually red to purple. These ferns appear to splay horizontally as if arching towards the ground. As they mature, they spread by forming multiple crowns.

Japanese painted fern requires part...

(Apple Court Japanese Painted Fern, Japanese Painted Fern)

This natural variety of Japanese Painted Fern is a deciduous ground fern native to moist forest floors of Japan, Korea and Taiwan with very beautiful leaves. It produces dense clumps of delicately divided fronds in varying shades of gray-green and metallic silver often flushed with red. The leaf's midrib is usually red to purple. 'Apple Court' leaflets often end with a small crest or forked leaf. These ferns appear to splay horizontally as if arching towards the ground. As they mature, they spread...

Image of Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Burgundy Lace Painted Fern, Japanese Painted Fern)

Burgundy Lace Painted Fern, or Japanese Painted Fern, is a deciduous ground fern grown for its dense clumps of delicately divided fronds in varying shades of burgundy, purple, and metallic silver often flushed with pink. The fronds have a wide band of deep burgundy running down the center, and the outer edges are silver-burgundy. It is native to the forest floors of Japan, where it grows in moist, fertile soil. It spreads slowly by forming multiple crowns.

The Japanese Painted Fern requires...

Image of Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Japanese Painted Fern, Pewter Lace Painted Fern)

Pewter Lace Painted Fern, or Japanese Painted Fern, is a deciduous ground fern grown for its dense clumps of delicately divided metallic pewter fronds with a deep burgundy stem. The fronds are bluish-green closest to the stem and silver at the outer edges. It is native to the forest floors of Japan, where it grows in moist, fertile soil. It spreads slowly by forming multiple crowns.

The Japanese Painted Fern requires consistently moist acidic to neutral soil; enrich it with leaf mold or compost....

Image of Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Japanese Painted Fern, Silver Falls Japanese Painted Fern)

This selection of Japanese Painted Fern is a hardy, deciduous ground fern grown for its dense clumps of delicately divided silver fronds with a prominent dark-burgundy stem. The leaflets are grayish-blue closest to the stem and become more silver toward the outer edges. This fern is slower to emerge in spring than other painted ferns, and its silver color becomes more pronounced as the season progresses. It is descended from a native of forest floors in Japan, where it grows in moist, fertile soil....

Image of Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Japanese Painted Fern, Ursula's Red 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. As these ferns mature they spread by forming multiple crowns. 'Ursula's Red' is a very silvery fern flushed with red and red undersides. The leaves fade to more silver and green in summer.

'Ursula's Red' requires part to full shade to thrive, and soil enriched with leaf mold. The fronds are fragile and break easily so it is best to plant...

(Auriculate Ladyfern)

Native to Asia, auriculate ladyfern is a slow-spreading clumping fern. Its wide sword-like leaves are deep green with a reddish-purple midrib.

These plants are easy to grow in shade with humus-rich soil that is evenly moist. Auriculate ladyfern makes a nice groundcover and also looks nice planted among rocks or at the edges of natural or formal water features.

Image of Blechnum gibbum photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Brazilian Treefern, Dwarf Treefern)

Dwarf tree fern is a perennial evergreen fern with bright green, lance-like fronds on a slender trunk-like rhizome. They appear in the center crown, unrolling upwards, resembling a fiddlehead. Over time, fronds can grow quite long and beautiful.

Plant dwarf tree fern in moist, fertile, acidic soil in shade and water frequently during the warmth of the growing season. Increased humidity aids in the best development of perfect fronds. Its formal appearance makes a striking accent in the shady tropical...

Image of Blechnum gibbum

James Burghardt

(Dwarf Treefern, Silver Lady Treefern)

'Silver Lady' is a perennial evergreen fern selection with mildly silvery-green, lance-like fronds on a slender trunk-like rhizome. Over time, fronds can grow quite long and beautiful.

Plant Silver Lady tree fern in moist, fertile, acidic soil in shade and water frequently during the warmth of the growing season. Increased humidity aids in the best development of perfect fronds. Its formal appearance makes a striking accent in the shady tropical garden. Also this fern would be pretty as a containerized...

Image of Blechnum spicant photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Deer Fern)

Growing in clumping tufts of glossy green fronds, deer fern is short in stature but spreads vigorously with its hairy, dark, fleshy roots. This is an evergreen perennial fern, native to western North America, northern and eastern Asia and Europe.

The fronds emerge from the plant center as a reddish-brown stem that unrolls as the leaves appear. Each frond is long and narrow due to relatively short leaflets. Since ferns do not flower but reproduce by spores, the undersides of the fronds will become...