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Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern Changes color!
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Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern.. Tycker om ormbunkar, kanske dags att börja försöka odla några av dem
Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern is a herbaceous perennial that is resistant to deer and extreme weather. Zones 5-8. Grows in part to full shade to about 12" tall.....love ferns
Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern ~ Springhill Nursery: This fern’s beautiful color is stronger with some light sun. Burgundy Lace grows to 1' tall, making it the ideal selection for the front of a shady border, as a ground cover or added to a rock garden. Resistant to extreme weather! Zones 5-8 | Athyrium niponicum var. pictum ‘Burgundy Lace’
'Burgundy Lace' Japanese Painted Fern (Athyrium 'Burgundy Lace') is a spectacularly bright fern with changing colour. In spring, it emerges purple with silver accents and red stems. In summer, the leaves become a shade of silver-grey and the ruby colours deepen to wine red-purple as the season progresses. Partial to full shade (the colour is stronger with some light sun). Grows to 12" tall and is resistant to extreme weather!
Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern - A spectacular fern with ever-changing hues of burgundy and silver. Fronds first emerge in spring as a dazzling rich purple with silver accents. The foliage lightens in summer to gleaming pink-tinted silvery grey with ruby red veins; the pink overtones are a bit stronger with more light. A modest 1' tall and wide. It stands up to extreme weather well, too. Zones 5-8. Partial to Full Shade. Deer tend to avoid.
Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern, great z7-perennial for shade. Yeah, the purple stuff. :)
Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern - Shade plant. What a beauty!
burgundy lace japanese painted fern - for my shade garden.
Burgundy lace Japanese PaintedFern
Gardening Ferns Photos, Shade Plant, Side Yard, Landscaping Plants, Native Plants, Native Cinnamon, Garden Plants, Loving Plants
Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomea). Connecticut's largest fern---Its fiddleheads are food for ruffed grouse, and hummingbirds sometimes use the fuzz on young fronds to line their nests.
CINNAMON FERN (Osmunda cinnamomea) ￼ • 30"h x 2’ - 4’w • Cinnamon-colored fertile fronds emerge before green sterile fronds; stately, handsome plant provides vertical accent and nesting material for hummingbirds. PS/Sh,
Cinnamon Fern. A good shade plant that is a nice alternative to those run-of-the-mill hostas.
Osmunda cinnamomea, Cinnamon Fern 2013, Existing in the garden Everywhere, water ferquently
Cinnamon Fern http://www.ct-botanical-society.org/ferns/fernpics/osmundacinn.jpg
cinnamon fern - I am not sure if they smell like cinnamon
Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomea)
Osmunda cinnamomea - side yard?
native cinnamon fern
Foxtail Fern, Garden Grows, Shade Garden, Garden Shade Ideas Plants, Front Yard, Garden Plant Ideas
Foxtail Fern. Love this variety of the asparagus fern. We have to winter ours in the greenhouse. It's grown huge over the years!
Foxtail Fern, Asparagus densiflorus. A slow growing, sun tolerant fern. Spiky to the touch, but soft in appearance. Very low maintenance, tolerates full sun or partial shade and a variety of soils. Does not invade adjacent beds.
Green Life Studios - Gallery - Low Water Plant Ideas - Myers Asparagus Fern
Foxtail fern. 18-24" x 18-24" Sun to partial shade.
Foxtail fern (asparagus densiflorus 'Myers')
sun tolerant ferns - Foxtail Fern
Asparagus densiflorus 'Myersii'
Myers Asparagus Fern. Lowes.
I dont know what kind this is, but i like it
Multifidum Perry, Perry Creek, Hardy Fern, Fern Foundation, Botrychium Multifidum, Shade Garden, Ferns, Photo
The Fern: Botrychium multifidum; Perry Creek, Washington -- Photo courtesy of Richie Steffen and Hardy Fern Foundation
The Hardy Fern Foundation was established to introduce and test the world's temperate ferns for hardiness and ornamental value and to build comprehensive collections for public display, information and education.
Botrychium multifidum Perry Creek, Washington photo courtesy of Richie Steffen
Botrychium multifidum - Hardy Fern Foundation
Botrychium multifidum Perry Creek, Washington
The Hardy Fern Foundation (Pac. NW)
Hardy Fern Foundation website
Hardy Fern Foundation
Fiddlehead fern. the tip of an unfurling Ostich fern frond that you can eat. tastes like asparagus.