Holly Fern Facts – Learn How To Grow A Holly Fern Plant

Holly Fern Facts – Learn How To Grow A Holly Fern Plant

Holly fern, named for its serrated, sharp-tipped, holly-like leaves, is one of the few plants that will grow happily in the dark corners of your garden. Read this article to learn about the care of holly ferns and see if this plant is right for you.

Japanese Holly fern these are so exceptional.  They have a hard almost plastic like feel.  They are hardy to 40 degrees.. Very healthy looking dark green and very shinny : )

Cyrtomium falcatum Common Names: holly fern Family: Polypodiaceae (the polypody fern Family)

plant against retaining wall in driveway? (Japanese holly fern)

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Japanese Holly Fern

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Japanese Holly Fern (Cyrtomium fortunei) at New Garden Landscaping

Japanese Holly Fern (Cyrtomium fortunei) at New Garden Landscaping & Nursery

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Japanese holly fern - shade loving semi-evergreen fern with light green leaves divided by a black stem. Adds interest all year round but at its best from late spring through to autumn.

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Cyrtomium fortunei ~ Japanese holly fern - shade loving semi-evergreen fern with light green leaves divided by a black stem. Adds interest all year round but at its best from late spring through to autumn.

Holly fern, named for its serrated, sharptipped, hollylike leaves, is one of the few plants that will grow happily in the dark corners of your garden. Read this article to learn about the care of holly ferns and see if this plant is right for you.

Holly Fern Facts – Learn How To Grow A Holly Fern Plant

Holly fern, named for its serrated, sharptipped, hollylike leaves, is one of the few plants that will grow happily in the dark corners of your garden. Read this article to learn about the care of holly ferns and see if this plant is right for you.

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