Hart's Tongue Fern Asplenium scolopendrium Type: Evergreen Fern Exposure: Part to Full Shade Water: Regular to Ample This unusual fern consists of 9-18in (23-45cm) long glossy green strap-shaped undivided fronds that form a clump to 2ft (60cm) wide. It makes a striking accent plant in woodland gardens where it can contrast with the delicate foliage of other plants including other ferns. It also does well in containers; its tight clumping habit means it can remain in the same pot for years…
Dryopteris erythrosora compacta a striking deciduous fern with triangular fronds that start out an beutiful copper-red, slowly turning a dark green as the plant mantures. An ideal fern if you want to add interest to a shady borders. Dryopteris erythrosora compacta can also be grown in pots but it is essential that it is well watered. In warmer areas Dryopteris erythrosora compactacan be kept as an evergreen
Dryopteris erythrosora 'buckler fern' Position: partial shade Soil: moist, humus-rich soil Rate of growth: slow-growing Hardiness: fully hardy This striking deciduous fern has triangular-shaped fronds One of our recommended plants, it needs plenty of moisture.
foxtail fern (asparagus densiflorus 'myers') striking fern with soft spiky plumes that make a great accent plant in a container. evergreen part shade 2-3' size #fern #accent #container #plantsfordallas
Dryopteris affinis 'Cristata The King' - Golden Male Fern. Striking fern that produces a shuttlecock of arching fronds, 10-15cm across, with crested tips. It is one of the more attractive cultivars and virtually evergreen. Best planted in a sheltered, partially shady border with moist, humus-rich soil with other shade-loving woodland perennials.
Dryopteris koidzumiana. A very striking fern whose young fronds are intensely brick red aging eventually to russet green. Erect rhizome with upright fronds have 8-10 pair of pinnae. Plant in light sun to dappled shade & well drained, moist soil. Zones 7b to 10. Height: appx. 24”. Evergreen.