BOLD means new to us; Wd-well drained; M-moist; W-woodland; Hr-humus rich; DH-deadhead; P-poor; S-sandy; Ps-part shade; X-excellent; Gc– ground cover; N-neutral; A-acid; Alk-alkaline; ^-winter protection; Lm-leaf Mould; F-fertile; Mt-moisture retentive. MOST GRASSES ARE DEER RESISTANT.
A fern is a member of a group of vascular plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. Keep newly planted ferns well watered for the first growing season while they are becoming established. Plant them in well prepared soil in a protected area. Never let plants growing in 4-inch or smaller pots dry out until they reach a mature size and are well established.
Ornamental Grasses boast a huge variety of graceful, low-maintenance grasses that add a wealth of texture and movement to the landscape,
in colors ranging from soft pink to bright green or intense purple. Some hardy ornamental grasses are suitable for the coldest climates,
while others tolerate intense summer heat or salty air and windy coastal conditions.