perennial plants

Perennial plants are herbaceous plants which die back to the ground during winter and grow back in spring. Some can be left undisturbed for years while others need to be divided every few years to maintain their vigour. You can find a perennial plant for any situation, whether it's a stone wall or a shady corner. Some are grown for their flower displays, others for their beautiful foliage. Evergreen perennials and half-shrubs are included in this category.

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

Ferns
 

Ferns are non-flowering plants that reproduce with spores, which are more primitive than plants that reproduce with seeds. 23 species of ferns are native to Iceland(*), some are very rare and  protected. Others, such as Cystopteris fragilis, are common in all parts of the country.  Ferns grow best in shade or semi-shade in fertile, moist soil. They dislike windy conditions and usually grow in sheltered positions.

 

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