Persistent beautiful fern port drawn up in wreath. Young fronds are renewed every summer and are the most beautiful effect with their honey and red copper on dark stems. Also suitable for containers. Easy to grow. Fresh soil, humus.
Persistent fern semi-persistent. Impeccable port built clump. Well designed fronds, shining, standing out of his ebony rods. One of the most beautiful ferns. Also suitable for containers. Fresh soil, humus.
Beautiful fern upright. Imposing it may reach 1.50 m and it is growing fast. Deciduous light green fronds recalling ostrich feather. Port flared drawn. Edge of water, massive and undergrowth. Land costs drained, humus see acid.
Fern (spent) with large indigenous rhizome in north america and canada. Beautiful steep sterile fronds, erect surrounding fertile fronds resembling "cinnamon sticks". Undergrowth, edges of pieces of water.
A persistent and rhizomatous fern medium to elegantly cut fronds. It supports any type of soil (limestone or acid) and is not afraid some periods of drought. Shape pretty small colonies in the woods. Bac, clump, rock garden.
Persistent dark green fern gloss brown scales at the base. Long narrow fronds, elongated, with extremely thin pinnae, very divided. Silhouette spread. Remains beautiful throughout the winter. Everything humus soil, fresh, limestone in acid.
Continuing to spread fern silhouette. Fronds jagged, narrow. Formation of buds along the petioles of adult plants. Likes in all humic.
Port compact fern stands. Of slow growth, its fronds are evergreen dense, short and overlap. Crosses white scales. Well drained soil, light, fresh. Supports a temporary drought.
Great persistent fern compact port. Fronds erect, beautifully crafted in gilded reflections. Merit courson 2007. To illuminate the darkest corners of the garden. Performs well in pots with hostas. Soil humus.