A tall narrow form making a neat specimen fern, with arching fronds that terminate into a finger like crest.
Lacy light green leaves contrast against deep red central stems.
New fronds unfurl in striking shades of orange-red to copper-pink before eventually maturing to glossy deep green by summer. Reddish frond color often returns in autumn after first fall frost.
Native to North America. Plants form a tidy, low to medium-sized clump of dark-green, leathery fronds, remaining evergreen in most regions. Tolerates summer heat and humidity.
Elegantly arched, broadly-lanced fronds are large and robust.
Native to North America. This is a large, arching fern with erect, medium green fronds. Prefers consistently moist, humusy soils.
North American native plant. Plants form a large, upright clump of big green fronds. Requires plenty of water through the summer, otherwise the foliage may become dormant.
Lance-shaped glossy grass-green fronds mature to a pale, golden-brown and have bristle-like teeth along the margins.
A vigorous grower with beautiful, lush bright green fronds that prefers moist full sun or part shade locations. Native North American plant.
The dark violet red fronds are contrasted by bright silver edges. The pinnules look twisted or ruffled looking.