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Forest Ferns by Jack Sasson

Forest Ferns by Jack Sasson Saturday, July 2013 Forest Ferns - found this group along the Miller Fork Creek trail just outside of Rocky Mountain Park in Colorado.

Shade Garden, Ferns

{ Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance' }  Easy-to-grow fern. Newly unfolding fronds have a beautiful orange color, aging to deep green while still maintaining the orange color. Striking in shaded or woodland gardens, formal or informal. Evergreen.

Dryopteris erythrosora Brilliance Easy-to-grow fern. Newly unfolding fronds have a beautiful orange color, aging to deep green while still maintaining the orange color. Striking in shaded or woodland gardens, formal or informal.

Helechos arbóreos

Helechos arbóreos

Dwarf Western Maidenhair Fern (Adiantum aleuticum 'Imbricatum') forms a clump just 10 inches high.

Adiantum aleuticum Imbricatum

Adiantum aleuticum 'Imbricatum' (Dwarf Western Maidenhair Fern) Small delicate HARDY fern Height: Full sun/part sun at Dutchy

Entry Rectangle in front of frosted window - Native sword fern Polystichum minimum under Ribes 'White Icycle.

Entry Rectangle in front of frosted window - Native sword fern Polystichum minimum under Ribes 'White Icycle.

Green -- colour shades to inspire art, design or new fused glass goodies at Latch Farm Studios www.latchfarmstudios.co.uk

Photograper saw this at the Highland Place Bed and Breakfast in TN and didn't know what it was & thought it was a cool plant! Yes, indeed it is and I think it's in the green coleus family.

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