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Fennel

Fennel
Common Name: Fennel
High aromatic herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. Grows 3-4'. Culinary uses.

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Fennel 'Bronze Leaf'

Fennel 'Bronze Leaf'
Common Name: Fennel Bronze Leaf
High aromatic herb with yellow flowers and bronze feathery leaves. Grows 3-4'. Culinary uses.

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Fern : Adiantum mairisii

Fern : Adiantum mairisii
Common Name: Maris's Hardy Maidenhair

A hardier form of the Southern Maidenhair Fern with the same fine textured foliage and dark stems. Grows 8-12" high. For shade.

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Fern : Adiantum pedatum

Fern : Adiantum pedatum
Common Name: Northern Maidenhair Fern

This is the common five-fingered fern people known as Maidenhair. It grows to 30" in moist, well-drained soil in shade. Fronds are light green on black stipes.

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Fern : Adiatum x mairisii

Fern : Adiatum x mairisii
Common Name: Maris's Southern Maidenhair Fern
A hardier form of Southern Maidenhair fern with the same fine textured foliage on dark stems. Grows 8-12". For shade.

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Fern : Arachinoides simplicier 'Variegata'

Fern : Arachinoides simplicier 'Variegata'
Common Name: East India Holly Fern

Beautiful dark green fronds, 12-30", with yellow band along middle. Emerges late in spring.

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Fern : Asplenium scolopendrium

Fern : Asplenium scolopendrium
Common Name: Hart's Tongue Fern
A very unique fern with wide uncut fronds growing to 16" tall. Prefers rich alkaline soil and adequate moisture. Needs good drainage. For shade.

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Fern : Athyrium ang. Forma rubellum 'Lady in Red'

Fern : Athyrium ang. Forma rubellum 'Lady in Red'
Common Name: Lady In Red Fern

An unusual form of Lady Fern with red stipe and rachis. Adds color to the shade garden. Light green, deciduous fronds grow to 36" tall. For shade.

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Fern : Athyrium felix-femina

Fern : Athyrium felix-femina
Common Name: Lady Fern
Light green fronds 24-30" tall. Fast grower, very delicate texture

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Fern : Athyrium felix-femina 'Victoria'

Fern : Athyrium felix-femina 'Victoria'
Common Name: Victoria Lady Fern

Very ornamental and tough form of Lady Fern with deeply dissected fronds to 24" high. Holds its dark green color well and is fairly drought tolerant. For shade.

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Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Applecourt'

Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Applecourt'
Common Name: Applecourt Japanese Painted Fern
Very similar to Japanese Painted Fern but with crested tips. Smaller, growing to 12". For part shade to shade.

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Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Pictum'

Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Pictum'
Common Name: Japanese Painted Fern
12-15" variegated foliage, needs some sun for best color.

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Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Regal Red'

Fern : Athyrium nip. 'Regal Red'
Common Name: Regal Red Japanese Painted Fern

Deep red stipe and rachis set off the silvery fronds. Slow growing, brighter colored than Japanese Painted Fern. For shade to part-shade.

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Fern : Athyrium otophorum

Fern : Athyrium otophorum
Common Name: Eared Lady Fern
Pale green fronds 12-18" tall with burgundy stems. Very distinctive in the garden.

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Fern : Athyrium x 'Ghost'

Fern : Athyrium x 'Ghost'
Common Name: Ghost Lady Fern

A cross between American Lady Fern and Japanese Lady Fern which has more pronounced silver variegation. Fronds 30". For shade to part shade.

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Fern : Blechnum spicant

Fern : Blechnum spicant
Common Name: Deer Fern
Evergreen foliage, 8" to 20" high. Fronds are slender and of coarse texture. Needs acid soil conditions and will grow in some sun with enough moisture.

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Fern : Cyrtomium fal. 'Rochfordii'

Fern : Cyrtomium fal. 'Rochfordii'
Common Name: Japanese Holly Fern

12-20" Holly-like foliage, for sun to shade, will take low humidity.

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Fern : Cyrtomium fortunei

Fern : Cyrtomium fortunei
Common Name: Cold Hardy Holly Fern

Very similar to Japanese Holly Fern, with shiny fronds to 30". This variety is cold hardy although it may need protection from winter sun and wind.

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Fern : Dryopteris atrata

Fern : Dryopteris atrata
Common Name: Shaggy Shield Fern
18-24" foliage, coarse texture similar to Christmas Fern

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Fern : Dryopteris celsa

Fern : Dryopteris celsa
Common Name: Log Fern
Dark green, erect fronds reaching 3-4 ft. Spreads by rhizomes but is not invasive. Prefers rich, moist soil in shade.

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Fern : Dryopteris championii

Fern : Dryopteris championii
Common Name: Champion's Wood Fern
Evergreen fronds grow to 3' tall, remain erect in the winter. Very late to send up new growth which is a very light green but darkening with age. For part-shade to shade

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Fern : Dryopteris dilatata 'Crispa Whiteside'

Fern : Dryopteris dilatata 'Crispa Whiteside'
Common Name: Whiteside Broad Buckler Fern
Fine textured fronds adorn this beauty. Grows to 24-30" high. For part-shade to shade exposures with moist well-drained soil.

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Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora

Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora
Common Name: Autumn Fern

10-20" fronds. Young fronds emerge copper colored and turn green. Evergreen

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Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora

Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora
Common Name: Radiance Autumn

Similar to Autumn and Brilliance Autumn fern, Radiance Autumn fern sports very intense orange-red new fronds in spring. It grows to the same height as the other Autumn varieties and needs shade to part-shade with moist soil.

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Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'

Fern : Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'
Common Name: Brilliance Autumn Fern
The new growth on this selection is even more brilliantly copper colored than regular Autumn fern. It holds the color longer into the season. Growth the same as Autumn fern. For shade to part-shade.

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Fern : Dryopteris felix-mas

Fern : Dryopteris felix-mas
Common Name: Male Fern
24-36" fronds, will take deep shade.

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Fern : Dryopteris kunthii

Fern : Dryopteris kunthii
Common Name: Southern Wood Fern
2-4' tall erect fronds. Glossy dark green leaves. Grows well in moist areas or relatively dry areas with good rich soil. For shade.

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Fern : Dryopteris labordei

Fern : Dryopteris labordei
Common Name: Golden Mist Wood Fern

Looks very similar to Autumn fern but with golden colored new growth. Grows 20-24" and is evergreen. Growth habit similar to Autumn fern.

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Fern : Dryopteris ludoviciana

Fern : Dryopteris ludoviciana
Common Name: Southern Shield Fern
Semi-evergreen fronds grow 2 to 4'. Will grow in moist areas but is adaptable to drier locations. Similar to Log Fern in appearance. For part-shade to shade.

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Fern : Dryopteris marginalis

Fern : Dryopteris marginalis
Common Name: Eastern Wood Fern

18-24" foliage, evergreen. Also referred to as Marginal Shield Fern

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Fern : Dryopteris x australis

Fern : Dryopteris x australis
Common Name: Dixie Wood Fern
A cross between Log fern and Southern Wood fern. A very large fern maturing to 4 to 5'. A sterile fern, it is native to the East coast. Part shade to shade.

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Fern : Matteucia struth.

Fern : Matteucia struth.
Common Name: Ostrich Fern
Large stately fronds. Shade only. Fast grower.

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Fern : Matteucia struth.

Fern : Matteucia struth.
Common Name: Ostrich 'The King'

This selection of Ostrich fern has taller, more upright fronds.  The fronds are the same texture as Ostrich.

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Fern : Microlepia strigosa

Fern : Microlepia strigosa
Common Name: Lace Fern
This is a very delicate upright growing fern. 24" fronds are light green and clumping. Much hardier than it looks and a good grower. For shade to part-shade.

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Fern : Onoclea sensibilis

Fern : Onoclea sensibilis
Common Name: Sensititve Fern

This fern is anything but sensitive. It grows by rhizomes and is somewhat quick to spread. 1 to 3' high, it will grow in the sun if given adequate moisture. Good as a groundcover fern.

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Fern : Osmunda cinnamonea

Fern : Osmunda cinnamonea
Common Name: Cinnamon Fern
Tall, erect, 30-48" fronds with cinnamon colored leafless, fertile fronds in center. For shade in damp to wet areas. Does not like too much lime in soil.

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Fern : Osmunda regalis

Fern : Osmunda regalis
Common Name: Royal Fern
Fronds to 48", needs adequate moisture and is adaptable to sun or shade.

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Fern : Polystichum acrostichoides

Fern : Polystichum acrostichoides
Common Name: Christmas Fern
18-24" evergreen coarse textured foliage.

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Fern : Polystichum polyblepharum

Fern : Polystichum polyblepharum
Common Name: Tassel Fern
18-24" fronds similar to Christmas Fern but with double cut foliage.

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Fern : Polystichum setiferum

Fern : Polystichum setiferum
Common Name: Soft Shield Fern
18-36" long, arching fronds. Finely cut foliage. Needs moist soil in shade to part-shade and high humidity.

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Fern : Polystichum tsus-simense

Fern : Polystichum tsus-simense
Common Name: Korean Rock Fern
12-15", finely cut fronds. A beautiful small fern.

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Fern : Thelypteris decursive-pinnata

Fern : Thelypteris decursive-pinnata
Common Name: Japanese Beech Fern
1-2' long bright green fronds with erect habit. Grows by runners and is vigorous. For shade in rich, moist soil.

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Fern : Woodwardia virginica

Fern : Woodwardia virginica
Common Name: Virginia Chain Fern

A green foliage native that will thrive in tough areas.  Will grow in wet and dry locations.  Spreads by stolons.

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Fescue ovina 'Elijah Blue'

Fescue ovina 'Elijah Blue'
Common Name: Fescue
Clump-forming ornamental grass with blue foliage, about 8-10" at maturity. Divide every few years to prolong vigor.

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Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila
Common Name: Creeping Fig
Low growing groundcover for sun to partial shade. Will climb, good for containers.

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