Broad Buckler Fern
Deciduous, Ferns, Semi-evergreen
One of the largest genera of ferns, with well over 100 species from many parts of the world. Used in shade or woodland gardens, where their fronds contrast nicely with the foliage of other plants, especially large-leafed sorts such as hostas and hydrangeas. Wood ferns grow best in rich soil with plenty of organic matter and regular moisture. They tolerate dry shade.Dryopteris dilatata
From western and central Europe. Usually deciduous. Vigorous grower 3 to 4 ft. high and wide, with rich green fronds that are broadly triangular. Stalks and midribs are covered in dark brown scales. Adaptable and easy to grow.
Hybrid between Helleborus niger x H. argutifolius. Grows 10 in. tall, with 1-ft. tal...
Native from Maine to Florida, east to Louisiana. Selections of Vaccinium corymbosum, these ar...
From Greece, Asia Minor. Grows 2 to 8 in. tall, blooming in early spring. Blooms a bit later than ...