Fern Emerald Queen Australian Sword Fern
The Sword Fern is originally from Australia. It has an upright growth habit and sword-shaped fronds. The Sword Fern works well in a container or as a landscape plant. Your customer may like the fact that its leaves stay sturdy in the wind. Sword Ferns withstand heat well and can sometimes make it through winter, though you should treat them as an annual.
Asparagus densiflorous (also called Springeri Fern) is a perennial (hardy in Zones 9b-11) used in landscape, combination planters and standalone containers. Though not a true fern (it's really a member of the lily family), its upright, sprawling habit and finely textured, evergreen foliage make it an interesting plant to add diversity to your garden center selections. A native to southern Africa, Springeri Fern handles drought very well. These fast-growing plants can spread 3-4 feet and reach heights of 1-2 feet. As the branches get longer, they will cascade due to their own weight and can be trained to flow over a wall or container.
s String Of Pearls, also known as Curio Rowleyanus, is a frost-tender evergreen perennial native to South Africa. This plant offers exceptional green spherical leaves on trailing stems 12-36" long and 3" tall. It forms a dense mat of ornamental foliage particularly well-suited to hanging baskets and containers where its trailing stems can cascade. Fluffy white flowers with red and yellow stamens bloom in summer. String-of-Pearls is a superb houseplant or ornamental addition to outdoor containers or frost-free xeriscapes. This plant flourishes in partial sun or bright indirect light with well-draining soil and low water. Bring outdoor containers inside over the winter in cold climates
Ficoidea Red Threads, also known as Joseph's Coat, Calico Leaf, or Parrot Leaf, is a versatile foliage plant native to South America. This variety has a mounding habit of 10-12" tall and 16-18" wide, with delicate narrow ruby-red leaves. Alternanthera flourishes in full to partial sun with moderate water. Evergreen and perennial in zone 10-12, this tropical plant brings ornamental texture to warm landscapes, mixed containers, and houseplant collections. It can also be grown annually in colder climates or overwintered indoors.