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
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 by the common name leatherleaf fern is a fern species from the family Dryopteridaceae. It is native to a diverse range of countries in the
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 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.