Asplenium nidus 'Chrissy'
A crested birdnest fern. This is a fantastic, crested form of this widely distributed tropical Asian fern. Growing to 30 inches across in some cases, with wide, apple-green fronds with a prominent midrib that becomes darker, almost black, in older plants.
This form has crested leaves that end in deeply cut, finger like serrations. Outstandingly decorative and versatile as a garden subject, houseplant or terrarium plant. A choice new variety.
A collection of three nice different species of Selaginella, suitable for pot culture, shaded rock gardens or terrarium use. Over 700 species of Selaginella are found in tropical and temperate climates around the world. A primitive fern ally, they are commonly called club mosses, though they are not mosses at all. Popular as pot plants, they grow in many forms from very short and procumbent ground covers to vining species. Many are epiphytes and some are quite tall and shrubby. They are typically plants of shaded and sheltered locations. In cultivation that typically want constant moisture but well draining soils, shade and warmth.