Ferns need a moist shaded location;ideally a hillside or along
a creek.Do not plant under maple trees. Mix peat moss with soil
to help hold moisture. We have field grown ferns and will dig.
2010 Shade House
Athyrium thelypteroides(Silvery Spleenwort)
Athyrium pycnocarpon (Glade Fern)
Onoclea sensibilis(Sensitive Fern)
Polystichum acrostichoides(Christmas Fern)
Japanese Painted Fern
Matteuccia struthiopteris(Ostrich Fern)
VIRGINIA BLUEBELLS (Mertensia virginica) An ideal native plant to naturalize wooded areas.Plant at the top of a small hill and they will reseed and eventually cover the hillside. Here they bloom about April 1st with a pink bloom turning blue. The bloom goes to seed and then goes dormant about June 1st.Plants are dug from our own property.One of our top selling wild plants. We pot plants in March in 2 gal pots for $8.00 each.
WOOD POPPY (Stylophorum diphyllum) Another native plant which is ideal to plant in wooded areas as it also reseeds and spreads.Beautiful yellow blooms in Spring.Reblooms if moisture is plentiful. Plant with Virginia Bluebells,ferns,and hostas.We pot plants in March in 1 gal pots for $8.00 each.
Dryopteris Marginalis(Leatherwood Fern)
1-2 ft tall;evergreen;$9.50 each
Athyrium Godzilla(Giant Japanese Painted Fern)
3 feet tall;silvery fronds;Not native;$12.50 each +tax
Adiantum pedatum(Maidenhair Fern)
HARDY BEGONIAS over winter and come up
around June 1st;have red stems,red underneath
green leaves.Blooms August 1st;loose clusters
of pink flowers.Will spread slowly.Our plants
are 2-3 ft tall.Plants are dug and potted in August
and September.1-2gal pots are $8.50+tax
Acres of snowdrops in bloom
Large clumps $7.50 + tax 1 gal pot
We will dig and pot
Will last a lifetime
Walters Gardens Inc photo Double Flowering Helleborus $13.75+tax 1gal pot
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