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Japanese Fern Tree The small size - 20 or 25 feet - makes the fern tree a good choice for a small front yard for house or mobile home. Or it can be used in conjunction with other plantings, because the foliage has a unique tropical look. This small shade tree is evergreen and prefers full to part sun. It can get 20 to 25 feet but that takes quite a while, since it's is a slow to moderate grower.

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Dividing Japanese Ferns (Athyrium Niponicum Var Pictum)

Dividing Japanese Painted Ferns in the garden. This was put in last summer and has spread so this is perfect. the color and textures of this fern make it a must have in the shade garden

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Dividing Japanese Ferns (Athyrium Niponicum Var Pictum)

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Dividing Japanese Ferns (Athyrium Niponicum Var Pictum)

This is a tutorial on how I have been dividing ferns, hostas, my variegated Solomon Seal, Black eyed Susans, and any other clumping plant that have similar grow…

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Carey Ezell Landscape Design. Granite terrace and steps with field stone retaining wall and upper lawn surrounded by Frasier firs, Arborvitae 'Dark American', Rhododendron, variegated dogwood, holly, boxwood, and siberian cypress. Wall planted with Lady's mantle, boxwood and Japanese fern grass

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Japanese Fern

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Dividing Japanese Ferns (Athyrium Niponicum Var Pictum)

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Brunnera, coral bells, perennial fuchsia, heuchera, Japanese fern in my garden. All perfect for shade, or part sun.

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2 ferns with more lasting color than any flower

The autumn fern (or autumn shield fern, Zones 5-8 or 9), another Japanese species (Dryopteris erythrosora), was always a very good plant, with bronzy coloring in spring and a lustrous surface to the foliage.

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