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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

Holly Fern - Fortune's Hardy

Holly Fern - Fortune's Hardy

Bold semi-evergreen fronds of holly fern are great for creating textural contrast in the shade garden. Bold & bright mattegreen leathery leaves are eyecatching.

Lady Fern - Lady in Red

Lady Fern - Lady in Red

Vibrant burgundy stems contrast beautifully with the lacy green fronds. Easy to grow preferring rich, medium to wet, welldrained soil.

Male Fern - Parsley Leaf

Male Fern - Parsley Leaf

Attractive, dark green crinkled and crested foliage that resembles parsley. The arching fronds bring an extremely fine & delicate texture to the shade garden.

Painted Fern - Ghost

Painted Fern - Ghost

Strong upright grower has stunning silver-white fronds which will light up a dark corner of the shady garden!

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

Interrupted Fern

Interrupted Fern

Showy, lance shaped, divided, pale green sterile fronds surround erect central fertile fronds. The fertile fronds are interrupted in the middle by brown leaflets. Native to Ontario.

Lady Fern - Limelight

Lady Fern - Limelight

Forms an erect clump of triangular dusky green fronds with burgundy stems. Young fronds emerge light green throughout the growing season giving a two-toned effect.

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 - Pearly White

Painted Fern - Pearly White

Forms a compact clump fronds with light green edges and white centres giving it an ivory green appearance.

Cinnamon Fern

Cinnamon Fern

Brilliant lacy green fronds gracefully arch outward in stately vaseshaped clumps. In early summer narrow fronds emerge as vertical cinnamon red brown spikes in the centre of the clump. Fronds turn a beautiful apricot-peach colour in fall. 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.

Lady Fern - Victoria

Lady Fern - Victoria

Leaflets criss-cross each other forming a series of x’s on the frond. In addition the tip is crested forming drooping tassels of split tips. A truly unusual fern!

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

Painted Fern, Japanese

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