Athyrium felix-femina (uh-THEE-ree-um FY-liks fem-in-uh) is a non-flowering member of the Athyriaceae family which is commonly called Lady Fern. This deciduous perennial fern is native to northern temperate regions of
Polystichum polyblepharum (pol-IS-tick-um pol-ee-BLEF-ar-um) is a member of the plant family Dryopteridaceae hailing from South Korea and Japan. Common names include: Japanese Tassel Fern Japanese Lace Fern Korean Tassel Fern
Davallia fejeensis [dav-VAL-ee-uh, fee-jee-EN-sis] is a fern species belonging to the family Davalliaceae and native to the Fiji islands. The tropical forests provide the ideal habitat for the fern growth.
Phyllitis scolopendrium [fil-LY-tiss, skol-oh-PEND-ree-um] now known as Asplenium Scolopendrium [ass-PLEE-nee-um, skol-oh-PEND-ree-um] an evergreen fern species from family Aspleniaceae (genus Asplenium). Native to Europe but a rare American variety (Asplenium scolopendrium var.
Rumohra adiantiformis [roo-MOH-ruh, ad-ee-an-tih-FOR-mis] known as the leatherleaf fern is a fern species from the family Dryopteridaceae. It is native to a diverse range of countries in the Caribbean, South
Microsorum pustulatum [my-kroh-SOR-um] [pus-tew-LAY-tum] is a fern with bright green, and glossy fronds often found growing on trees. The name is synonymous with Zealandia pustulata, but many sources haven’t accepted
The Button Fern – Pellaea Rotundifolia [Pe-LEE-uh Ro-tun-dih-FOH-lee-uh] is native to New Zealand with distinctive foliage that offers an excellent variety to typical ferns. Even beginner gardeners can successfully grow
Nephrolepis cordifolia duffi [nef-roh-LEP-iss] [kor-di-FOH-lee-uh] [duf-EE] is a fern species native to Asia and northern Australia. It’s one of several varieties of the nephrolepis cordifolia plant that are part of
Microsorum Diversifolium (my-kroh-SOR-um, dy-ver-sih-FOH-lee-um) is an evergreen epiphytic fern species from the family Polypodiaceae. This plant is commonly called kangaroo paw fern or kangaroo foot fern. Microsorum is a variant
Athyrium niponicum [uh-THEE-ree-um, nip-ON-ih-kum] is often cultivated for ground cover, producing large tufts of fronds. Native to eastern Asia, people commonly call the plant Oriental lady fern, or Japanese painted
The staghorn fern – Platycerium: an extraordinarily unique, distinctive, attractive looking plant, perfect for those with a backyard greenhouse or cool enclosed porch. Looking to grow something unusual, a true
The ghost fern, also known as Athyrium Hybrida [uh-THEE-ree-um, hy-BRID-uh] is, a hybrid fern of Japanese painted fern (Athyrium Niponicum Var) and lady fern (Athyrium Filix-Femina). It was first discovered
The Dryopteris Erythrosora [Dry-OP-ter-iss, Er-rith-roh-SOR-uh] is the botanical name of the Autumn Fern plant. This semi-evergreen fern has graceful arching fronds and adds a delicate texture to the overall composition of
Java Fern or Microsorum pteropus [my-kroh-SOR-um, ter-oh-pus] is a perennial water plant (fern) and member of the Polypodiaceae family. The plant hails from Thailand, Malaysia, and parts of China. Interestingly,
The silver lace fern – Pteris Quadriaurita [TARE-iss, Kwad-ree-AWR-ry-tuh] is an attractive, small fern growing triangular, slender, arched, or upright green fronds which have silvery-white variegations in the center. This
Dicksonia antarctica [dik-so-nee-uh, ant-ARK-tee-kuh] is an evergreen fern native to eastern Australia, where it is seen growing from coastal areas of New South Wales, southeast Queensland, and Victoria to Tasmania.
Dryopteris Filix-Mas (dry-OP-ter-iss, FY-liks mas) is a beautiful semi-evergreen wood fern, native to the Northern Hemisphere, in the Dryopteridaceae family. Native to much of Europe, Asia, and North America, its
Polystichum acrostichoides [pol-IS-tick-um, ak-ruh-stik-OY-deez] is a perennial, evergreen fern from the family Dryopteridaceae (wood fern) and is native to eastern North America. The plant is given the common name Christmas
Cyrtomium Falcatum [Sir-TOH-mee-um, Fal-KAY-tum] is a fern species native to eastern Asia. This fern sprouts from rocky slopes, stream banks, coastal cliffs, crevices, as well as other stable, moist areas.