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Myriopteris myriophylla Myriopteris myriophylla

Formerly in the genus Cheilanthes, this dryland fern is found in Mexico, Central America and Argentina and just recently, one site in Brazil.  Evergraygreen fronds of fine texture are densely vertical on this smaller fern.  Perfect candidate for the rock garden or container for milder gardens - doing well at Berkeley Botanic Garden

Price: $20.00
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Phlebodium aureum - Peckerwood Form Phlebodium pseudoaureum - Peckerwood Form

A hardier form of this species than is currently found in the trade, this is one of the many notable wild collections at the former Peckerwood Garden, now the John Fairey Garden.  Awesome blue-green foliage to 3' with hairy surface rhizomes.  This will work as a houseplant but if you can grow it outside, why not?  Grow in airy well-drained soil and mulch in cold winters.

Price: $25.00
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Lobelia aguana Lobelia aguana

Progeny from a San Francisco Botanical Garden introduction from high elevation in Guatemala.  High there still means frost sensitive but what a showoff in zones 9&10!  Mass red flowers summer into winter with the lower three petals contrasting apricot.  Evergreen shrub to 5-'6'+ tall and as wide.  Ours in pots feed the overwintering greenhouse hummers.

Price: $16.00
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