Rideau Woodland Ramble - 2024

 

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FERNS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adianthum pedatum (Northern Maidenhair)
Very delicate, fan-shaped fronds. Stems are shiny and black, with light green lacy leaves. Slowly spreads to form a rounded medium-sized clump.

 

60cm

60cm

4

24.00 1 Gallon

 

Asplenium scolopendrium
Has an unusual, almost tropical appearance, with wide leathery green fronds that are strap-shaped. Plants form a low clump, best suited to the rock garden or for edging in a moist woodland garden. Excellent drainage is required, and a limestone-based soil is best, rather than acidic.

 

30cm

30cm

2

27.00 2 Gallon

 

Athyrium 'Godzilla'
Dramatic silvery fronds stretch out proudly, making quite a brilliant display in even the shadiest spots.

 

1m

1m

4

22.00 1 Gallon

 

Athyrium n. 'Pewter Lace'
Features a low growing habit with arching gray-green fronds with silver variegations; easy to grow, requiring little to no maintenance; shade loving variety.

 

45cm

60cm

3

22.00 1 Gallon

New

Athyrium n. 'Pictum'
Silver-grey fronds, dusty purple center, purple-red veins.

Clumping

45cm

45cm

3

22.00 1 Gallon

 

Athyrium n. 'Regal Red'

 

 

 

 

29.99 2 Gallon

 

Athyrium n. 'Silver Falls'
Intense silver-green arching fronds with dark maroon veining turn a rich green in the summer.

 

60cm

60cm

4

19.99 1 Gallon

New

Matteuccia struthiopteris
One of earliest to appear in the spring. Large, vase-shaped fern with fresh beautiful looking foliage. One of the best.

Vase

180cm

 

3

22.00 1 Gallon

29.00 2 Gallon

 

Osmunda regalis
A majestic garden fern, Osmunda regalis 'Purpurascens' (Royal Fern) is a tall, robust, deciduous fern of upright, vase shape habit, forming a large rosette of elegant, broadly divided fronds. Emerging reddish-purple in spring, their lovely foliage matures to bright green in summer before turning shades of gold and russet in fall, adding visual interest in the garden.

 

1.8m

 

2

32.00 2 Gallon

 

Polystichum acrostichoides
Native to Eastern North America, the Christmas Fern is one of the most familiar and widely grown garden ferns. Plants form a tidy, low to medium-sized clump of dark-green, leathery fronds, remaining evergreen in most regions. Adapts well to many garden situations, preferring a rich, moist soil. Tolerates summer heat and humidity. Easy and reliable.

 

30cm

30cm

4

21.00 1 Gallon

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