‘Touch of Class’ is a unique perennial with white and green variegated foliage. Plant differs from ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by it’s lack of pink in the foliage. Outstanding variety for the shade garden.
One of the most interesting of ornamental trees. Glossy foliage emerges in spring followed closely by fringy white flowers. Best flowering will occur with two plants as they are dioecious requiring male and female plants to produce blue berries. Plants are slightly fragrant.
Maidenhair fern is one of the more delicate ferns. Very airy foliage with dark stems makes it very attractive. Well under utilized.
Japanese Painted fern is one of the more attractive ferns available. Silver reds and purples adorn the plant. Stays rather low to the ground but brightens up shady spaces
Great plant for the woodland garden. Native to Illinois. This fern can take wet soils and also works well as an erosion control
The largest growing fern in our area. Ostrich fern can spread rapidly which works well if you have the area to do that. Very upright
This groundcover takes over shady areas very well. Purple flowers in spring are a delight. Green foliage holds on most of the winter
Cinnamon fern has a unique fronds that emerge brown and shaped like a cinnamon stick then unfurl to large green leaves.
Evergreen fern with semi-glossy foliage. Short growing, native fern, provides food for deer in the winter.
Large green foliage spreads along the ground with yellow flowers in summer. Excellent fall colors of oranges and reds