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Blechnum penna-marina Blechnum penna-marina 

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This evergreen fern has matte, dark green fronds, which are reddish green when young. Height 4-8 inches; spread indefinite. A small fern suitable for shady rock gardens. 
Dryopteris cycadina Dryopteris cycadina 

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This deciduous fern produces a shuttlecock of lance-shaped, bright green fronds. Height 24 inches; spread 18 inches. 
Dryopteris sieboldii Dryopteris sieboldii 

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This deciduous fern with blue-green fronds could be mistaken for an Asplenium. Fronds remain evergreen in milder regions. Height 18-24 inches; spread 24-36 inches. 
Polystichum acrostichoides Polystichum acrostichoides 

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This evergreen terrestrial fern produces narrowly lance-shaped dark green fronds. Height 18 inches; spread 36 inches. 
Polystichum neolobatum Polystichum neolobatum 

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This evergreen fern has glossy green, leathery fronds that are held upright in a vase shape. Height and spread is about 2 feet. 
Polystichum tsussimense Polystichum tsussimense 

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This terrestrial, evergreen fern produces lance-shaped fronds 8-16 inches long. 
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