August 4, 2019 § Leave a comment

Underside © Lynn Wiles 2019
Sticking out from the lattice under a front porch was a display of ferns from both sides.

Big Fern Unfurling

July 23, 2019 § 1 Comment

Big Fern Unfurling © Lynn Wiles 2019
As mentioned about a thousand times before – I love ferns.

The Ferns are Coming Back II

May 1, 2019 § 2 Comments

The Ferns are Coming Back II © Lynn Wiles 2019
My second attempt of growing the Lady Fern. This one is coming back for a second year. Happy May Day. It’s a somewhat sad day because this would have been my dog Theo’s birthday and because I had to have half of my pussy willow tree cut down yesterday before it fell from damage.

The Ferns are Coming Back I

April 30, 2019 § Leave a comment

The Ferns are Coming Back I © Lynn Wiles 2019
The ferns my neighbors tried to destroy are coming back. Only one of many former plants, but maybe they will spread someday.

Ferns to be

March 7, 2019 § Leave a comment

Ferns to be © Lynn Wiles 2019
A little preview of some ferns someday.

Color Loss

November 10, 2018 § Leave a comment

Color Loss © Lynn Wiles 2018
A lot of autumn color is vibrant, but my Lady Fern is turning paler by the day.

New View

August 15, 2018 § 2 Comments

New View © Lynn Wiles 2018
One leaf of a large fern now blocking my new bad view.

Large Spores

July 26, 2018 § 5 Comments

Large Spores © Lynn Wiles 2018
My large kangaroo paw fern is sporing like crazy lately and its leaves are discoloring as if it is not well. Any wisdom on this matter?

Maidenhair Curve

July 21, 2018 § 4 Comments

Maidenhair Curve © Lynn Wiles 2018
Ferns begin with curved fronds and this type of maidenhair maintains the curve.

The Sensitive Survives

July 20, 2018 § 3 Comments

The Sensitive Survives © Lynn Wiles 2018
Long story, but there is a strip of land that may belong to the city or another house that has had multiple owners in the last few years. Each owner has hacked off all the sensitive ferns I have been tending for 18 years and left all the weeds. This time they put large stones over them so they wouldn’t come back, but they did come back.

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