Selaginella brownii 'Lacy Spikemoss'
A really nice, low-growing to somewhat mounding species that is fairly new on the scene. Native to South Africa, it is vigorous and easy growing with short, very branchy stems and lots of adventitious roots.
It is very full and dense with growth in small whorls, medium green, and easy! Superior terrarium choice.
Keep moist, not wet. Does not like to dry out completely.
Asplenium antiquum 'Japanese Birdnest'
Asplenium antiquum ‘Japanese Birdnest‘ This is one of the most widely grown forms of birdnest ferns due to it’s compact size, beautiful form with many narrow leaves in a in a gracefully arching rosette. Suitable for shaded gardens, growing as an epiphyte in trees or on mounts, indoor culture or terrarium use when small.
Platycerium bifurcatum 'Netherlands'
The ‘Netherlands’ clone of Platycerium bifurcatum is a selected cultivar of this species that has become the most widely produced. Developed to be hardier, with stiffer leaves and more forgiving of ‘eratic’ watering, especially the nemsis of most ferns; overwatering. Physically it looks like the common form, but with a bit more silvery color and deeper incised fronds that reach about two feet long.
Like the typical form it can withstand outdoor winter conditions in much of Florida and warmer areas of the south and west and is exceedingly easy to grow. Please note that our 4 inch potted plants are big enough to mount to a plaque or basket and are a best choice as a starter for that purpose.
Selaginella krausiana 'Gold Tip'
Phlebodium aureum 'Blue Star'