Classy Groundcovers - Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern, Nephrodium acrostichoides, Dagger Fern, Polystic Faux-acrostiche ) {10 Bare Root plants}

21 May 2016

On sale for $48.44



Aptly nicknamed, Polystichum acrostichoides, commonly called Christmas Fern, is a favorite evergreen fern everyone loves to place in patches throughout their gardens. Its lanceolate emerald fronds are divided and leathery with hardy, holly-like leaflets and edible silvery spring-time fiddleheads. Typically, it grows in fountain-like clumps with the fronds sprouting out of a solitary crown which, over the years, makes a very large, dense mound. Christmas Fern shows her foliage off when she is used as a borders , edging and along foundations or walls. Difficult spaces with little soil don't intimidate this fern and you'll be surprised at how adaptable and willing to grow she is. Christmas Fern is low maintenance, easy-to-grow, and deer tend to avoid her. When placed on slight slopes , especially drier, rocky ones, mass plantings of Christmas fern will provide a lush hillside of green that doubles as erosion control . Interesting Facts Edible fiddleheads are considered a delicacy and have been named Vermont's state vegetable. Try cooking these delightful vegetables by simply harvesting when about two inches from the ground and still tightly rolled. Treat them as you would asparagus or try them in quiches and soups. Delicious! Christmas Fern is a Missouri native found in ravines and on humid banks and wooded slopes. The common name 'Christmas Fern' comes from its evergreen nature and its past use as Christmas decoration; its pinnae even resemble small Christmas stockings. Gardener Tips With her slow to moderate growth rate, Christmas Fern grows very little in the first season. Consider purchasing more plants initially for quicker coverage with the bonus of being able to divide her after a few years. Polystichum acrostichoides' fronds are often used in flower arrangements. This fern will not disappoint you in a rock garden coupled with such beauties as Creeping Jenny . Spacing 9 - 12 inches. Mature height 12 - 24 inches. Part sun, Full shade. Zones: 3-9.








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Classy Groundcovers - Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern, Nephrodium acrostichoides, Dagger Fern, Polystic Faux-acrostiche ) {25 Bare Root plants}

21 May 2016



Aptly nicknamed, Polystichum acrostichoides, commonly called Christmas Fern, is a favorite evergreen fern everyone loves to place in patches throughout their gardens. Its lanceolate emerald fronds are divided and leathery with hardy, holly-like leaflets and edible silvery spring-time fiddleheads. Typically, it grows in fountain-like clumps with the fronds sprouting out of a solitary crown which, over the years, makes a very large, dense mound. Christmas Fern shows her foliage off when she is used as a borders , edging and along foundations or walls. Difficult spaces with little soil don't intimidate this fern and you'll be surprised at how adaptable and willing to grow she is. Christmas Fern is low maintenance, easy-to-grow, and deer tend to avoid her. When placed on slight slopes , especially drier, rocky ones, mass plantings of Christmas fern will provide a lush hillside of green that doubles as erosion control . Interesting Facts Edible fiddleheads are considered a delicacy and have been named Vermont's state vegetable. Try cooking these delightful vegetables by simply harvesting when about two inches from the ground and still tightly rolled. Treat them as you would asparagus or try them in quiches and soups. Delicious! Christmas Fern is a Missouri native found in ravines and on humid banks and wooded slopes. The common name 'Christmas Fern' comes from its evergreen nature and its past use as Christmas decoration; its pinnae even resemble small Christmas stockings. Gardener Tips With her slow to moderate growth rate, Christmas Fern grows very little in the first season. Consider purchasing more plants initially for quicker coverage with the bonus of being able to divide her after a few years. Polystichum acrostichoides' fronds are often used in flower arrangements. This fern will not disappoint you in a rock garden coupled with such beauties as Creeping Jenny . Spacing 9 - 12 inches. Mature height 12 - 24 inches. Part sun, Full shade. Zones: 3-9.








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Classy Groundcovers - Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern, Nephrodium acrostichoides, Dagger Fern, Polystic Faux-acrostiche ) {24 Pots - 3 1/2 in.}

21 May 2016



Aptly nicknamed, Polystichum acrostichoides, commonly called Christmas Fern, is a favorite evergreen fern everyone loves to place in patches throughout their gardens. Its lanceolate emerald fronds are divided and leathery with hardy, holly-like leaflets and edible silvery spring-time fiddleheads. Typically, it grows in fountain-like clumps with the fronds sprouting out of a solitary crown which, over the years, makes a very large, dense mound. Christmas Fern shows her foliage off when she is used as a borders , edging and along foundations or walls. Difficult spaces with little soil don't intimidate this fern and you'll be surprised at how adaptable and willing to grow she is. Christmas Fern is low maintenance, easy-to-grow, and deer tend to avoid her. When placed on slight slopes , especially drier, rocky ones, mass plantings of Christmas fern will provide a lush hillside of green that doubles as erosion control . Interesting Facts Edible fiddleheads are considered a delicacy and have been named Vermont's state vegetable. Try cooking these delightful vegetables by simply harvesting when about two inches from the ground and still tightly rolled. Treat them as you would asparagus or try them in quiches and soups. Delicious! Christmas Fern is a Missouri native found in ravines and on humid banks and wooded slopes. The common name 'Christmas Fern' comes from its evergreen nature and its past use as Christmas decoration; its pinnae even resemble small Christmas stockings. Gardener Tips With her slow to moderate growth rate, Christmas Fern grows very little in the first season. Consider purchasing more plants initially for quicker coverage with the bonus of being able to divide her after a few years. Polystichum acrostichoides' fronds are often used in flower arrangements. This fern will not disappoint you in a rock garden coupled with such beauties as Creeping Jenny . Spacing 9 - 12 inches. Mature height 12 - 24 inches. Part sun, Full shade. Zones: 3-9.








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Clean Day Rosemary Multi-Surface Concentrate Cleaner 32 fl oz (2 pt.)946 ml

21 May 2016

On sale for $15.98



MRM-17452P2 Features: -All purpose cleaner.-98pct Naturally derived.-Basil scent.-Biodegradable.-Highly concentrated.-Ingredients: Water, Laureth-23, Polysorbate 20, Sodium Methyl 2-Sulfolaurate, Disodium 2-Sulfolaurate, Sodium Citrate, Betula Alba (Birch) Bark Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Prunus Dulcis (Almond) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus (Eucalyptus) Leaf Oil, Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Oil, Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil, Santalum Album (Sandalwood) Oil, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil, Salvia Sclarea (Clary Sage) Oil, Disodium Ethanoldiglycinate, Caramel, Glycerin, Methylisothiazolinone, Benzisothiazolinone.-Environmentally friendly.-Made in United States.-Capacity: 32 Oz. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 8.75" H x 325" W x 3.25" D.








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21 May 2016



Nature has provided us with many inspirations. One is the fiddlehead fern, a model for his new solar item. We have offer this in 6 of our most popular solid colors, creating an outdoors seemingly ready to unfurl into a fantasy fern garden.








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Coloriscape Solar Fiddle Top Yard Art, Cobalt Blue

21 May 2016



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Coloriscape Solar Fiddle Top Yard Art, Lime Green

21 May 2016

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Coloriscape Solar Fiddle Top Yard Art, Red

21 May 2016



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Coloriscape Solar Fiddle Top Yard Art, Yellow

21 May 2016



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Coloriscape Solar Pod Yard Art, Cobalt Blue

21 May 2016



The solar pod is one of Viz Glass' most popular styles. The twist pods are offered in a choice of eight colors and stand approximately 30-34" in total height.








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