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CRYPTOGRAMMA

CRYPTOGRAMMA crispa New 3809
European Parsley Fernto 30cm  Zone: 3
A beautiful, small arctic–alpine species producing separate sterile and fertile fronds and a pioneer species on acidic screes in the wild. Gorgeous, very finely cut frond-foliage. Spore wild collected in Finland.

Photograph: Meneerke Bloem
Germination Instructions: Spore instructions will be sent.
 $4.75   

PELLAEA

PELLAEA atropurpurea New 3812
Purple Cliffbrake20cm
Native to North and Central America, growing in crevices of dry limestone cliffs, rocky slopes, crevices in alvars and mortared walls. It is a beautiful small species with reddish-purple, bristly stems and incurved leaflet edges. Requires some effort in correct placement in the (rock) garden. Wild collected in Ontario. Very limited.
Germination Instructions: Apogamy, or the ability to reproduce non-sexually, is common among rock ferns in the Pteridaceae. The spores, therefore, are germinated as you would seed. Easy, warm germinator.
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PHEGOPTERIS

PHEGOPTERIS hexagonoptera New 3811
Broad Beech Fern45-60cm
A forest fern of the eastern USA and Ontario, where it is at its northern limit. It has a creeping rootstock and excellent as a groundcover in the woodland garden. Urn-shaped, with broad, arching, triangular, medium green fronds. Spore wild collected in Ontario. Very limited.
Germination Instructions: Spore instructions will be sent.
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POLYSTICHUM(HOLLY FERNS)Family: DRYOPTERIDACEAE
A large genus of 135 species found principally in the North Temperate region. The common name refers to the margins of the fronds, which resemble in a small way the spine-like protuberances on Holly leaves. Found in moist woods or among rocks; a few species are found in crevices or on ledges of cliffs.

POLYSTICHUM acrostichoides2807
Christmas Fern30-75cm  Zone: 3
One of the first ferns to send up fiddleheads in the spring. Covered with scruffy brown scales, they arise from the clump of last year's fronds flattened by winter's snow. The glossy, dark green leaves are more erect in summer, growing in dense, asymmetrical clumps. This is one of the best ferns for the woodland garden. It has elegant evergreen fronds, a neat pattern of growth, and is tolerant of deep shade; combining well with woodland shrubs and herbaceous perennials. If planted thickly, will serve as an attractive evergreen ground cover. Spores wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Fern spore germination instructions will be provided.
 $4.00   

POLYSTICHUM setiferum New 3815
Soft Shield Fern60-90cm  Zone: 5
Native to Europe, A tufted, dense evergreen to semi-evergreen fern with lance-shaped, bi-pinnate, medium green fronds that grow in shuttlecock form. Stalks and most midribs are covered with attractive cinnamon-brown scales. In spring the new emerging fronds have a metallic copper tint. Tolerant of dry conditions.
Germination Instructions: Spore Instructions will be sent.
 $4.25   

SCEPTRIDIUM

SCEPTRIDIUM dissectum New 3810
Dissected Grape FernZone: 3
Native to eastern North America, growing in dry to moist sandy fields and open forests, often along trails, on old roads, and on hummocks; a relic in older forest stands. Highly variable in leaf cutting from merely toothed to lacerate or even essentially skeletonized. Sometimes divided into varieties based on the degree of dissection, but plants in the same population often show virtually the full range of variation. The foliage often turns a beautiful bronze in cold weather. Photo is of an extremely lacerated form. Spores wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Spore instructions will be sent.
 $4.00   

THELYPTERIS

THELYPTERIS palustris New 3466
Marsh Fern60-90cm  Zone: 3
A widely distributed wetland fern growing in swamps, bogs, wet meadows, wet woods, and marshes, also along riverbanks and roadside ditches. Each frond arises individually from a creeping rhizome without forming clumps. The fronds are light green, finely-cut and lacey. Spore wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Fern spore germination instructions will be provided.
 $4.00   

WOODSIA

WOODSIA obtusa New 3813
Blunt-Lobed Wood Fern25cm  Zone: -35C
Native to Ontario and Quebec, A delightful, small, easy-to-grow species found growing in both acidic and alkaline soils on rock ledges and cliffs in the wild. The slowly creeping rhizomes make a nice, compact mound for filling spaces in the woodland garden. The fronds are light green and deeply cut with a lacy appearance. Spore wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Spore instructions will be sent.
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WOODSIA oregana New 3814
Oregon Cliff Fern25cm  Zone: 3
A small fern native from Quebec through western Canada and very similar to Woodsia obtusa. Habitat in the wild is usually on rocks, both acidic and alkaline which provides greater flexibility. Spore wild collected in Ontario. Limited this year.
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