It's pale-green stems are erect with 2-5 feet tall leaves. Leafy reddish sheaths wrap the stems at the bottom of the plant.
Has thin, flat leaves. Deep green foliage with compact, ball-like clusters of tiny flowers that are greenish- to purplish-brown. Ht 10'' 6 - 9''
An erect evergreen shrub that can grow up to 4m with slightly hairy young stems. Leaf color ranges from bright green to copper bronze when developing, to reddish-purple when in full sun.
'Western Sword Ferns'
This is the most common fern found in gardens. Easy to grow, this medium-large evergreen fern is hardy and symmetrical. The lush, leathery, dark green fronds are ascending to erect. Leaflets are linear and spiny-toothed. Best in moist, cool climates. Height is 3 ft.
This is a small broadleaf evergreen ornamental shrub. Height gets to be at about 5' tall.
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Arching, grassy leaves with dark brown seed heads. Semi-evergreen. Grows in full sun, 3-4' ht green leaf color
Grows 2-3 ft. tall, with a cluster of brown seed capsules clinging high on each stem. Leaves are coarse and elongate.
The stems are thin, gray-green, often somewhat waxy, and grooved, and grow 1-2' ht. It holds many flowers.
'Tufted Hair Grass'
A tuft of thin grassy foliage with gray and gold variegation. Early summer brings 3-foot-tall, airy plumes of tiny flowers. In fall the foliage turns golden with pink-coral tips.
Shiny, dark-green, leaves arise from the creeping, horizontal runners on this large-flowered, wild strawberry. The white, five-petaled flowers are followed on the plants by large, red berries.