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Image of Cyrtomium falcatum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Hollyfern, Japanese Netvein Hollyfern)

Japanese holly fern is an evergreen to deciduous fern with fronds that are glossy and dark green with toothed edges resembling holly. Large spore structures are visible on the undersides of fronds.

Grow in average to fertile, moist but well-drained soil with humus in shade or part shade. Make sure not to plant too deeply. Where evergreen, Japanese Holly fern makes a rich, green groundcover in winter and summer. Holly fern is also an interesting specimen plant and makes an excellent houseplant....

Image of Cyrtomium falcatum

James H. Schutte

(Hollyfern, Japanese Netvein Hollyfern)

Japanese netvein holly fern is an evergreen to deciduous fern with fronds that are glossy and dark green with deeply cut edges resembling holly. 'Rochfordianum' leaflets have jagged leaf margins, giving it a fringed appearance. Large spore structures are visible on the undersides of fronds.

Grow in average to fertile, moist but well-drained soil with humus in shade or part shade. Where evergreen, Japanese Holly fern makes a rich, green groundcover in winter and summer. Holly fern is also an interesting...

Image of Cyrtostachys renda photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lipstick Palm, Sealing Wax Palm)

The brilliant red trunk and leaf stems of the lipstick palm make it a must-have for any lover of tropical plants. This heat loving, evergreen palm is native to the hot, lowland swamps of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. It is clump-forming and becomes huge in its native habitat but grows comparatively small in cultivation. Unlike many other palms it is absolutely intolerant of cold, so it is best grown in tropical (not subtropical) landscapes or warm, bright conservatories.

The feathery fronds...

Image of Dalbergia sissoo photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Indian Rosewood, Sissoo)

Tall, stately and graceful, Indian rosewood is fast-growing and commercially useful. This deciduous tree is native to India, Pakistan and Nepal where it is widely planted for timber. It is also valuable as an ornamental due to its vase-shaped habit and drooping branches.

The leaves are arranged like a feather. Each leaftlet is round to oval-shaped with a pointed tip. Its spring flowers are fragrant and sweet pea-like flowers and come in shades of pale yellow, white or pink. The fruit is a light...

Image of Dasylirion photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Desert Spoon)

This genus of 18 semi-succulent species is little known outside the desert Southwest. These truly striking plants are native to the southern United States and Mexico, closely resembling both yuccas and agaves. They are found in very arid lands, along dry washes and on rocky hillsides where soils are porous and extremely well drained. In their region of origin no rain may fall for ten months or more, and these plants have adapted to surviving such extended drought.

The plants of Dasylirion...

Image of Dasylirion acrotrichum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Green Desert Spoon, Green Sotol)

This bold finely textured yucca-like plant is ideal for large, open gardens where it can achieve its full magnificent stature. Green sotal is native to arid central Mexico. It forms a large, rounded, dense rosette of pointy, narrow pale yellow-green leaves edged with small curved teeth. They are painful to the touch and effectively deter browsing wildlife. As it matures, the rosette develops a dense trunk-like base.

This is an annual bloomer that sends up a very tall spike of flowers from its...

Image of Dasylirion berlandieri photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Blue Giant, Blue Twister, Desert Spoon, Zaragosa)

This genus of 18 semi-succulent species is little known outside the desert Southwest. These truly striking plants are native to the southern United States and Mexico, closely resembling both yuccas and agaves. They are found in very arid lands, along dry washes and on rocky hillsides where soils are porous and extremely well drained. In their region of origin no rain may fall for ten months or more, and these plants have adapted to surviving such extended drought.

The plants of Dasylirion...

Image of Dasylirion longissimum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Smooth Desert Spoon, Smooth Sotol)

The fine wiry leaves of this incredible desert plant create such a sculptural look they are coveted by modern landscape designers. Smooth sotal is native to the dry brushy hillsides and arroyos of northeastern Mexico. Its dense rosette of foliage is stemless but very mature specimens develop a stout trunk-like base, though this is rarely seen in cultivated landscapes.

This is an annual bloomer that sends up a very tall spike of flowers from its center topped with loads of small flowers that...

Image of Dasylirion texanum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Green Desert Spoon, Sotol)

This genus of 18 semi-succulent species is little known outside the desert Southwest. These truly striking plants are native to the southern United States and Mexico, closely resembling both yuccas and agaves. They are found in very arid lands, along dry washes and on rocky hillsides where soils are porous and extremely well drained. In their region of origin no rain may fall for ten months or more, and these plants have adapted to surviving such extended drought.

The plants of Dasylirion...

Image of Dasylirion wheeleri photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Wheeler's Sotol)

The beautiful long, flattened, icy blue leaves of Wheeler's sotol form a magnificent rosette. This desert plant is native to Arizona and New Mexico, extending south into parts of arid northern Mexico. Its pointed, ribbon like leaves are edged with small curved teeth, creating a formidable deterrent to browsing wildlife. As it matures, the rosette develops a dense trunk-like base.

This annual bloomer sends up very tall flower spikes from its center topped with loads of small flowers that cover...