Form soft mounds that grow 2-3 feet tall and wide, but they spread underground rhizomes and can eventually reach 6 feet. Powis Castles are excellent plants for providing contrast and accent between groups of flowering plants, as well as for backgrounds
Silvery, aromatic foliage is finely textured with silky pubescence. An excellent accent for borders, herb and cottage gardens. Stunning when planted en masse, where it will provide a wonderful contrast to plants with green foliage or vibrant flowers. Thri
Compact, tight clumps of light green color, finely-divided fronds. Charming arched habit. Dwarf Lady Fern is a gem for smaller gardens - perfect for Fairy Gardens with other miniatures. Clump forming. Always welcome in a naturalized setting.
Easily grown in humusy, organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade. Best sited in sheltered locations. Best silvery frond color occurs in light shade. Too much sun often results in a bleaching of the attractive frond
Beautiful mounds of dramatic foliage that will be a standout in the shade garden. The dark, blue-green central rib of each frond fades to silver at the edges. The short stature and spreading form is excellent for use as foreground foliage and ideal for co
Sturdy, lustrous dark green fronds form a broad clump, making a bold statement in a shade or woodland garden. Mass as a backdrop for other shade-loving plants. This easy, dependable fern thrives in moist settings but tolerates drier sites when established
A study in color, fragrance, & texture. The round, very flat silvery-blue leaves are held in pairs along stiff stems of the same color, giving the plant a very neat, layered look. Wonderfully scented these boughs are fabulous for indoor arrangements!
Matteuccia struthiopteris, commonly called ostrich fern, is a clump-forming, upright to arching, rhizomatous, deciduous fern which typically grows 2-3' tall in cultivation, but may reach 6' tall in moist, cool climates in the wild.
A lustrous fern that is sure to lend an elegant look to shaded gardens. Particularly beautiful when new fronds emerge stiffly, then droop backwards to form a tassel. Beautiful in mass plantings as a groundcover, especially under flowering shrubs. An herba
Chartreuse colored foliage forms a nice low, mossy groundcover. Excellent for brightening up dark, shady, moist but well-drained areas of the garden. Deciduous. Deer resistant. Do not allow to completely dry out. Prefers constantly moist soil and high hu
Slightly arching, sword-shaped, striped foliage of creamy-white against dark green provides great architectural interest. Showy spires of fragrant snow white blooms in summer. Ideal as an accent or container specimen, or used in mass plantings. Tolerant o