Plant Search » Blechnaceae (The Deer or Chain Fern Family)
Blechnum niponicum is an Asian deer fern resembling B. spicant but with red-flushed new leaves.
Blechnum penna-marina forms thick evergreen mats of small, upward-facing, once-pinnate, glossy, dark green fronds flushed orange-burgundy when young.
A fern for sun with bold white undersides.
Woodwardia areolata is a hardy, deciduous chain fern from eastern North America that forms spreading colonies of lush foliage.
Giant chain fern (Woodwardia fimbriata) is the largest fern in North American with 8 foot long fronds!
Woodwardia orientalis has shiny, leathery foliage emerging copper orange and eventually growing into a huge dramatic fern.
Woodwardia unigemmata has shimmering copper new growth that turns green with age on huge fronds to 6 feet long!