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Hats

The Sun-Smart Collection

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Comfort X Design

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Ferns

Fantastic for the shady areas, ferns add a unique texture to any garden and the fronds are great for cut flower arrangements.

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American Royal Fern

American Royal Fern

Forms an upright clump with tall, arching fronds of bright green divided leaves. Brownish sporebearing pinnae are clustered at the end of each leafy frond in a short spike. One of the largest & most spectacular ferns for the garden. Native to Ontario

Lady Fern

Lady Fern

Beautiful mounding fern with delicate bright green, dense, lacy looking fronds. Great candidate for shady woodland gardens. Native to Ontario. Easy to grow preferring rich, medium to wet, welldrained soil. Will tolerate sun with adequate moisture.

Ostrich Fern

Ostrich Fern

Plants form a large, upright clump of big green fronds. In spring the unfurling fiddleheads are often harvested in the wild as a gourmet treat.

Painted Fern, Japanese - Regal Red

Painted Fern, Japanese - Regal Red

Dark violet red interior of each arching triangular frond is contrasted by bright silver edges making each leaflet distinct and creating an overall tapestry effect. Forms a small mound.

Autumn Fern

Autumn Fern

Long, elegant fronds that unfurl in spring a deep orangey copper shade, until the hot weather of summer gradually turns them green. In fall when the weather cools down again they burnish bright copper! They are truly eye-catching in the shady border

New York Fern

New York Fern

Soft yellow-green fern is the perfect plants to transform your shaded backyard into a lush woodland.

Ostrich Fern - The King

Ostrich Fern - The King

Very long, gracefully arching stipes rise from a large crown and spread out in a vase shape to hold their enormous, finely-cut fronds aloft.

Sensitive Fern

Sensitive Fern

Long soft green fronds up to 3 foot in length with deeply grooved wavytoothed leaves. Sensitive fern gets its name from the tendency of the fronds to wither at the first slight frost. Native to Ontario. 

Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern

Forms a fountain-like clump featuring leathery, lance-shaped, evergreen fronds.

Northern Maidenhair Fern

Northern Maidenhair Fern

Forms a delicate medium sized mound of arching black-stemmed fronds with light green leaflets arranged in a wide fan. Excellent foliage for using in cut flower arrangements. Does best in a rich organic soil that stays evenly moist.

Painted Fern, Japanese

Painted Fern, Japanese

Dark green fronds form a compact clump, fronds are overlaid in tones of olive and silvery pewter with contrasting burgundy stems.

Wood Fern - Eastern

Wood Fern - Eastern

Woodland fern that adapts well to shady gardens. Non invasive and foliage remains evergreen in most regions but may benefit from clipping back in late winter. Easy and reliable. Native to Ontario.

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