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Selaginella willdenowii  Iridescent blue peacock fern. This girl is a fern lover!

The glow-in-the-light (or iridescent) ferns.known as the peacock fern or paku merak (which translates from Malay to English as “peacock nail”). The botanical name of the species is Selaginella willdenowii

Japanese Painted Fern "Silver Falls" - This will look great between some Hostas!

The Hardy Fern Foundation - Hardy Ferns - Fern Displays, Fern Education, Fern Information.

Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

WISH LIST: One of my favorite shade garden perennials, Brunnera "Jack Frost" - brightens up shady areas with almost neon bright blue flowers and amazing white foliage.

shade garden - 'Fire and Ice' Hosta! The leaves are slightly curled on this mostly white hosta that has green edges. small to medium size that only grows 8-10" and like other hostas prefers a shaded planting location. Planting tip: Hostas are

Summer: Shade garden 'Fire and Ice' Hosta: The leaves are slightly curled on this mostly white hosta that has green edges. small to medium size that only grows and like other hostas prefers a shaded planting location. Perennial in Zones 3 - 8

Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 6

traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.

Japanese Painted Fern - shade loving    It grows best in Zones 5-8 and gets about 12 inches tall.      Top picks: 'Silver Falls' has especially metallic leaves; 'Burgundy Lace' has lots of rich purple-red tones in the leaves.    Plant it with: 'Burgundy Glow' ajuga or 'Green Spice' coralbells -- all have silvery and purple tones in their foliage.

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

fronds liberally dappled with silver, burgundy, and green. Plus, it's a low-growing, slow-spreading plant : 'Burgundy Glow' ajuga or 'Green Spice' coralbells -- all have silvery and purple tones in their foliage.

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