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Dryopteris wallichiana - Alpine Wood Fern  .5-1m tall  Dryopteris can be deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen ferns, with stout, erect or decumbent rhizomes and shuttlecock-like rosettes of lance-shaped to ovate, pinnately divided fronds  D. wallichiana is a deciduous or semi-evergreen fern, forming tufts of erect, lance-shaped, bipinnatifid fronds, bright yellowish-green when young, clothed with blackish-brown scales on the stalk and midrib Evergreen Ferns, Wood Fern, Aquatic Plants, Fungi, Rosettes, Cactus Plants, Palms, Mushrooms, House

Dryopteris wallichiana - Alpine Wood Fern .5-1m tall Dryopteris can be deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen ferns, with stout, erect or decumbent rhizomes and shuttlecock-like rosettes of lance-shaped to ovate, pinnately divided fronds D. wallichiana is a deciduous or semi-evergreen fern, forming tufts of erect, lance-shaped, bipinnatifid fronds, bright yellowish-green when young, clothed with blackish-brown scales on the stalk and midrib

AspleniumScolopendrium Asplenium are evergreen ferns with short, usually erect rhizomes bearing a rosette of slightly leathery fronds which may be simple, pinnate to Fern Plant, Plant Leaves, Evergreen Ferns, Sun Shade, Drought Tolerant, Lust, Shades, Landscape, Infants

AspleniumScolopendrium Asplenium are evergreen ferns with short, usually erect rhizomes bearing a rosette of slightly leathery fronds which may be simple, pinnate to 3-pinnate

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Athyrium filix-femina lady fern deciduous fern that features lacy-cut, 2 to 3-pinnate or pinnatifid, finely-divided, lanceolate, light green fronds which grow in a dense circular shuttlecock-like clump to 2-3' tall. Sori and indusia are found on the undersides of the pinnules. This is a circumglobal species which is found in rich moist woods, thickets, fields, meadows and ravines throughout northern North America, Europe and Asia.

Gymnocarpium dryopteris  Oak Fern  1' tall or less never grows more than a foot tall, spreading slowly to form a beautiful clump of airy greenish-gold leaves. Ideal for mixing with low growing spring woodland wildflowers such as Trillium, Jack in the Pulpit, Jacob's Ladder and Virginia Bluebells. Gymnocarpium dryopteris Requires a well-drained soil in light to full shade. Virginia Bluebells, Jack In The Pulpit, Jacob's Ladder, Rain Garden, Woodland Garden, Shade Garden, Infants, Wildflowers, Fern

Gymnocarpium dryopteris Oak Fern 1' tall or less never grows more than a foot tall, spreading slowly to form a beautiful clump of airy greenish-gold leaves. Ideal for mixing with low growing spring woodland wildflowers such as Trillium, Jack in the Pulpit, Jacob's Ladder and Virginia Bluebells. Gymnocarpium dryopteris Requires a well-drained soil in light to full shade.

Ferns make great plants for the garden or the home. Most prefer some shade and water, but there are many to choose from. Here are some tips and ideas for choosing and growing fern plants indoors or in the garden. Shade Garden, Garden Plants, House Plants, Propigating Plants, Foliage Plants, Garden Art, Ferns For Sale, Evergreen Ferns, Ferns Care

Polystichum setiferum - Soft Shield Fern most architecturally interesting evergreen ferns for woodland garden. finely dissected, arch gracefully fronds swirl around the center, creating a whirlwind effect. foliage asks to be touched. . They also combine well with hellebores, hostas, wild gingers (Asarum), Brunnera, and epimediums. Polystichum setiferum Divisilobum Group contrast well with broadleaf evergreen shrubs- sarcococcas and rhodo.

Myosotis sylvatica "Blue Sylva",Forget-me-not, Fall Plants, Shade Plants, Best Perennials, Yellow Eyes, Forget Me Not, Shade Garden, Garden Planning, Green Leaves, Green And Grey

Myosotis sylvatica Blue Sylva This short-lived perennial or biennial has ovate to lance-shaped, velvety gray-green leaves to 4.5 inches long. Myriad saucer-shaped blue or white flowers with yellow eyes are borne in clusters from spring to early summer. Noteworthy Characteristics: Useful for spring bedding and mixed or wildflower gardens. Easy to start from seed; self-seeds freely, and seedlings are easy to transplant.

woodland garden galanthus at DuckDuckGo Early Spring Flowers, Primroses, Woodland Garden, Spring Sign, Shade Garden, Daffodils, Shrubs, Habitats, Perennials

galanthus_nivalis_snowdrop Snowdrops are some of the earliest bulbs, and flowers in general, to bloom in spring. Galanthus nivalis is the most common species, and its cultivars are the most commonly grown snowdrops on the market. They are reliably hardy and perennial. They grow to 4 inches tall and wide and flower in mid- to late winter, long before most other plants. They are the first sign of spring around the corner. Flowers are nodding and white.

See how RHS can give expert advice on growing, feeding, pruning and propagating plants. Find specific plants with our Plant Finder & Plant Selector. Garden Shrubs, Garden Plants, Garden Fun, Back Gardens, Small Gardens, White Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Purple Flowers, Dwarf Evergreen Shrubs

hebe sapphire - glossy deep green foliage - sapphire blue flowers all Summer - easy to grow - hardy Free branching, mound forming evergreen shrub with deep green glossy leaves which have a distinctive crumpled appearance, stems are deep red and contrast with foliage. From late June dense racemes of clear blue flowers are produced in large numbers. hardy and easy to grow, it can be used in a pot or a border responds well to trimming so could also be used for an informal low hedge.

Aquilegia_vulgaris Aquilegia are clump-forming herbaceous perennials with long-stalked, ternately divided basal leaves and erect, leafy stems bearing bell-shaped flowers with spreading, coloured sepals and petals with spurs, on branched stems Shadow Plants, Gloriosa Daisy, Coral Bells Heuchera, Tree Id, Bellis Perennis, Garden Mum, Permaculture Design, Herbaceous Perennials, Black Eyed Susan

Aquilegia_vulgaris Aquilegia are clump-forming herbaceous perennials with long-stalked, ternately divided basal leaves and erect, leafy stems bearing bell-shaped flowers with spreading, coloured sepals and petals with spurs, on branched stems

20 pcs Lady's Mantle (Achemilla Mollis) Seeds Award of Garden Merit (AGM) Home Omamental Grass Flower Seed Rose Associated Herb Edging Plants, Shade Garden Plants, Flowering Plants, Shaded Garden, Grass Flower, Flower Seeds, Flowers Perennials, Planting Flowers, Alchemilla Mollis

Alchemilla_mollis full sun-part shade lobed, densely hairy, chartreuse foliage that is crimped at the edges. Soft, frothy, yellow-green foliage hovers above the plant from early summer through autumn. The soft leaves form depressions which capture morning dew or rain. Propagation: Sow seed in containers in spring. Divide in early spring or autumn. Problems: Slugs and snails may damage foliage

Anemone-nemorosa  This low growing, spreading colonizer is a delight in the early spring landscape. In late winter finely cut foliage emerges followed by brightly colored single flowers in shades of blue, purple, pink or white. Given time impressive carpets can form, creating quite a spring display. In early summer the foliage dies down to make room for later flowering plants. Planting Flowers, Flowering Plants, Spring Landscape, Early Spring, Shades Of Blue, Single Flowers, Italy, Infants, Carpets

Anemone-nemorosa This low growing, spreading colonizer is a delight in the early spring landscape. In late winter finely cut foliage emerges followed by brightly colored single flowers in shades of blue, purple, pink or white. Given time impressive carpets can form, creating quite a spring display. In early summer the foliage dies down to make room for later flowering plants.