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 Athyrium - Lady Fern (part shade to shade)
felix-femina: 24-36", A very delicate-looking, but tough, fern. Its large fronds grow to three feet long and are over a foot wide at the base, narrowing to a point at the tip. The fronds grow upward and arch outward from the center of the plant. The leaflets of each frond are very finely divided, giving the fronds a lacy appearance. Technically, the fronds are called "twice cut" because the frond is divided into leaflets that are divided again into subleaflets. Each subleaflet looks like a miniature version of the entire frond. Spreads slowly to form an impressive clump a couple of feet across and two to three feet tall. A very pretty hardy fern for shade and woodland gardens. A live plant in a one-quart pot - $15 each or 3 for $42.75 - You save $2.25!

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Good perennial companions to Lady fern:


Christmas fern



Maidenhair fern


Japanese painted fern

Supplies to use with Lady fern:

Electra Plant Food

Planting trowel

Mud gloves


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