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"Christmas Ferns" are popular because they are one of the few ferns that will stay green all winter long. The Christmas fern serves as a wonderful host for butterfly larvae. Being an evergreen fern, the Christmas fern will add color to a garden all year round, and the fronds of the plant are often given at Christmas time, as the name suggests. Christmas ferns occur in both dry and moist wooded areas, moist banks and ravines.

Close-up of tatting fern, thyrium filix-femina 'frizelliae'

Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it!

Deer Fern Blechnum spicant Two frond types give this deep shade loving Fern many uses. Sterile leaves spread flat, creating a glossy, evergreen groundcover. Fertile leaves emerge upright from the center midsummer. Tuck into shady spots to add strong texture to any woodland garden.

Scratching a Niche

One of the best ferns out there! Dryopteris x australis the Dixie Wood Fern Scratching a Niche -

Führt was im Schilde – nämlich Glanz und Zierde auf frischen, schattigem Boden