Dryopteris normalis

Dryopteris normalis, also known as Thelypteris kunthii is a deciduous terrestrial fern that has lance shaped fronds. Being one of the best ferns for the South and a Texas Native it will tolerate more sun than most other ferns. In some circumstances may even be planted in full sun if kept wet, it can also […]

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Dryopteris erythrosora

This hardy fern is a native to Japan and sports a beautiful coppery – red color on lush green fronds, when mature the leaves will fade to green. In most areas Autumn Fern is evergreen and will grow 18” to 24” tall and spreads slowly up to 15″ wide. Dryopteris erythrosora is great for shady […]

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Cyrtomium falcatum

This group of plants are most definitely shade loving plants that require adequate, if not more than adequate, amounts of water for best performance in the landscape. Most prefer damp, moist heavily shady areas but will do well with adequate water in almost any landscape. Some varieties are evergreen, some are semi-evergreen and some are […]

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