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Osmunda regalis

 



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Osmunda regalis spectabilis


Meadowbrook Nursery/ We-Du Natives Prairie Plants

Natural Garden, Inc. Perennials

Niche Gardens Ferns

North Creek Nurseries, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

Pender Nursery, Inc. Evergreens

Pine Ridge Gardens Grasses-Ornamental

Sandy Mush Herb Nursery Evergreens

Tidwell Nurseries, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

Well-Sweep Herb Farm Herbs

Osmunda regalis var. spectabilis


Cross Common Nursery Tropical/sub-tropical, coastal plants & conservatory plants. Wide range of grapevines and citrus trees. Some plants available in small quantities only.

Long Acre Plants Ferns, woodland bulbs & perennials. Nat. Collection of Asarum.

Shady Plants Specialist fern nursery based near the south coast of Ireland.

Wisley Plant Centre (RHS) Over 10,000 plants, many rare or unusual, reflecting the range of the RHS flagship garden at Wisley. Plants subject to seasonal availability. For plants not in stock, we operate a reservation service.

World of Ferns (Rickards Ferns Ltd) Ferns, incl. tree ferns.

Osmunda regalis 'Purpurascens'


Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
A very nice form with deep purple fiddleheads that mature into blue-green fronds. Excellent gold fall color. A tall, easy and fast growing, deciduous fern. Excellent selection for wet areas along ponds, streams or in bogs. A large unusual fern to

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Royal Fern, Osmunda regalis, is a tall, deciduous fern which usually occurs on moist bluffs and ledges and along streams (sometimes growing in the water). Royal Ferns typically grows in clumps to 2-3' tall, but with constant moisture can reach

Osmunda regalis var regalis


Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
A more robust royal fern than the American with somewhat thicker, more leathery fronds. Tall, easy to grow, deciduous fern. Broad fronds have gorgeous, large, well-separated leaflets, which give this fern an almost pea-family appearance. Excellent

Osmunda regalis var spectabilis


Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
This royal fern is a tall, easy to grow, deciduous fern native to North America. Broad fronds have gorgeous, large, well-separated leaflets, which give this fern an almost pea-family appearance. Excellent selection for wet areas along ponds,

Osmunda regalis {24 Pots: 3 1/2 in, $5.67/plant}


Classy Groundcovers 150 groundcovers-Free Shipping (1 product)
Deciduous bright green fronds in erect habit are divided with broad, oblong-shaped leaflets. Mature plant shows rust-colored flower spikes. It is the largest and most spectacular North American fern. Requires moist soil. Winter dormant. Slow to

Osmunda regalis {50 Bare Root plants, $2.67/plant}


Classy Groundcovers 150 groundcovers-Free Shipping (1 product)
Deciduous bright green fronds in erect habit are divided with broad, oblong-shaped leaflets. Mature plant shows rust-colored flower spikes. It is the largest and most spectacular North American fern. Requires moist soil. Winter dormant. Slow to




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