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SUNNY BORDER PERENNIAL COLLECTION

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Dryopteris affinis ‘Cristata The King’

2-4’ gracefully arched fronds, tipped by dense, tightly curled stip...
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Dryopteris australis

A rare sterile hybrid found occasionally in the southeast United Stat...
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Dryopteris buschiana

This Russian species has short, arching fronds. The pinnae are quite ...
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Dryopteris carthusiana

Very frilled fronds used in arranging. Also called Fancy Fern. Grows ...
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Dryopteris celsa

Semi-evergreen and very erect, with medium green fronds reaching 3-4...
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Dryopteris championii

Broad, glossy, dark green, bipinnate fronds are upright and arching, ...
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Dryopteris clintoniana

Large, broad-spreading, leathery fronds. Segments are coarsely serrat...
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Dryopteris coreano ssp. montana (sichotensis)

Attractive, pale green fronds darken with age and grow 2-4’ long wi...
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Dryopteris crassirhozoma

Vase-shaped fern with semi-evergreen, arching fronds that are thick t...
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Dryopteris cristata

Also known as Narrow Swamp Fern. Narrow, delicately formed, 3’ fron...
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Dryopteris cycadina

Very distinguished with smooth, regular outline. Very hardy. Grows 18...
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Dryopteris dilatata ‘Crispa Whiteside’

This enchanting perennial forms crispy clumps with dark green fronds.
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Dryopteris dilatata ‘Recurvata’

Graceful, wide spreading fronds that recurve. Good contrast plant. 15...
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Dryopteris erythrosora

In spring, the young fronds are a coppery bronze-pink until they matu...
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Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Brilliance’

A more “brilliant” form of the autumn fern, with bright orange, y...
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Dryopteris filix-mas ‘Cristata’

Deciduous fern forming a large, compact clump of attractive, mid-gree...
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Dryopteris goldiana

Beautiful, arching, 3-4’ fronds make a showy spring display. The la...
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Dryopteris marginalis

1-2’ dark blue-green fronds. A very attractive and sturdy evergreen...
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Dryopteris stewartii

This bipinnate evergreen fern, originating in Asia, has long, gracefu...
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