Compact Sprenger Asparagus FernAsparagus densiflorus 'Sprengeri Compacta' Very popular low-growing evergreen for hanging baskets, cutting and groundcover. Dense, shiny green needle-like foliage displayed on arching stems. Bright red contrasting berries. Fast growing. Evergreen.
Asparagus FernAsparagus Fern,
Asparagus pyramidalis by carambola
Asparagus fern is very toxic: allergic dermatitis with repeated dermal exposure. Berry ingestion could result in gastric upset (vomiting, abdominal pain, or diarrhea.)
Robust Male Fern Dryopteris felix-mas 'Undulata Robusta' Upright, stately fronds have distinctive undulated edges. Thicker foliage remains green in winter and holds up well in rainy climates. Excellent for naturalizing in woodlands, semi-formal shade gardens and sheltered foundation plantings. Semi-evergreen. Key feature: Shade Loving Plant type: Fern Deciduous/evergreen: Semi-evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 4 - 8 Light needs: Full to partial
Wintercreeper - Monrovia Wintercreeper Euonymus fortunei 'Kewensis' Item #5975 USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Light needs: Full SunLight needs: Partial SunWater needs: ModerateKey Feature Outstanding evergreen groundcover. Displays small, dainty green leaves with white veins. Useful as a groundcover, but can climb up trellising or other vertical surfaces. Dense, trailing form spreads slowly to several feet and is easy to grow.
Dixie Wood Fern Dryopteris x australis Sturdy, coarse fronds form a broad clump, making a bold statement in the shady or woodland garden. Mass as a backdrop for other shade-loving plants. Can tolerate dry sites, but performs best in moist soil. Semi-evergreen.
Tsuga 'Jeddeloh'. Attractive dwarf evergreen with a spreading, mounded form, often likened to a bird's nest. Finely textured, bright green foliage on pendulous branch tips. Small brown cones may appear on established plants. Performs well in cool, lightly moist conditions. Highly shade tolerant. Slow growing to 2 to 3 ft. tall and 3 to 4 ft. wide.