Matt Kilburn
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Ferns
 

Ferns

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Siebold Wood Fern (Dryopteris sieboldii)Siebold wood fern's leathery, pale green foliage is reminiscent of tropical plants, but those would not be at home in colder climates. Planted en masse, wood ferns are an exotic option for borders in woodland gardens, and they contrast well with shade grasses and other fine-leaved plants.USDA zones: 6 to 10 Evergreen/herbaceous: SemievergreenSoil requirement: Moist soilLight requirement: Full to partial shadeSize: Slow growing to 18 to 24 inches

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mattstem added this to Landscaping
March 31, 2014
siebold wood fern. the previous picture had japanese forest grass
dgudwin added this to dgudwin's ideas
November 27, 2013
Siebold Wood Fern (Dryopteris sieboldii) Siebold wood fern's leathery, pale green foliage is reminiscent of tropical plants, but those would not be at home in colder climates. Planted en masse, wood ferns are an exotic option for borders in woodland gardens, and they contrast well with shade grasses and other fine-leaved plants. USDA zones: 6 to 10 Evergreen/herbaceous: Semievergreen Soil requirement: Moist soil Light requirement: Full to partial shade Size: Slow growing to 18 to 24 inches
kimbfox added this to Landscape idea
October 30, 2013
Siebold Wood Fern
suebuckley2 added this to suebuckley2's ideas
October 25, 2013
Tall fern
patti1950ross added this to Bathroom Ideas
October 24, 2013
Siebold Wood Fern
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