Ferns are excellent plants for shady and low-light areas inside and out. They prefer wet leaves to wet feet. Try them planted into walls, on banks, tied into tree forks to give your garden extra layers of greenery.
Asplenium antiquum - bird's nest fern
Compact bird's nest fern, shade plant, ideal in cool frost-free climates. Sit in the fork of a tree as a feature, or try it indoors in a pot...
Asplenium harmanii - bird's nest fern
In the wild bird's nest ferns settle in the branches of trees, but you can plant them in borders and pots. Harmanii is more open in shape wi...
Asplenium Osaka - bird's nest fern
Osaka grows in an upright rosette of long apple-green shiny leaves with a frilled rippled edge. In the wild they settle in the branches of t...
Humata - rabbit's foot fern
Lush, fresh green foliage plant, ideal for underplanting and indoors in pots. Named rabbit's foot fern (or hare's foot fern) after the fu...