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Fern Collection

Ferns, with their delicate fronds and lush green foliage, add a touch of elegance to any landscape

Background imageFern Collection: Triplet Falls

Triplet Falls
Triplet falls in full flow inside the great otway national park victoria

Background imageFern Collection: Australian forest

Australian forest
Australian rainforest in the Great Otway National Park Victoria

Background imageFern Collection: Lady Fern, True Maidenhair and Holly Fern

Lady Fern, True Maidenhair and Holly Fern. Chromolithograph from Francis George Heath, The Fern Porfolio, all the species of British ferns Date: 1885

Background imageFern Collection: Ostrich Fern or Shuttlecock Fern -Matteuccia struthiopteris-, Stein, Middle Franconia, Bavaria

Ostrich Fern or Shuttlecock Fern -Matteuccia struthiopteris-, Stein, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany

Background imageFern Collection: Triplet falls, Otway ranges, Victoria, Australia

Triplet falls, Otway ranges, Victoria, Australia

Background imageFern Collection: Rainforest, Bunyip State Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Rainforest, Bunyip State Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Background imageFern Collection: Padley Gorge, Peak District, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Padley Gorge, Peak District, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageFern Collection: Taft Creek and lush groundcover in the Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington State

Taft Creek and lush groundcover in the Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington State, USA

Background imageFern Collection: Aspidium filix mas or Male Shield fern

Aspidium filix mas or Male Shield fern. Handcoloured engraving from William Curtis, Flora Londiniensis; containing a history of the plants indigenous to Great Britain

Background imageFern Collection: Archaeopteris hibernica, fossil plant

Archaeopteris hibernica, fossil plant
A fern-like plant, beautifully preserved in yellow sandstone from the Devonian, Kilkenny, Ireland. Specimen is 25 cms long

Background imageFern Collection: Canada - Lake Louise, Alberta

Canada - Lake Louise, Alberta
Lake Louise, Laggan, Alberta Date: circa 1910

Background imageFern Collection: cascade in rainforest small waterfall and brook meandering through lush moss

cascade in rainforest small waterfall and brook meandering through lush moss
SAS-901 cascade in rainforest - small waterfall and brook meandering through lush moss - and lichen-covered temperate rainforest Oparara Basin, Karamea region, West Coast, South Island

Background imageFern Collection: Tropical plant and orchid house

Tropical plant and orchid house
Cross-section view of a tropical plant and orchid house

Background imageFern Collection: Tree ferns and Duck Pond, Wellington Botanic Garden, Wellington, North Island

Tree ferns and Duck Pond, Wellington Botanic Garden, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageFern Collection: British Shorthair Cat

British Shorthair Cat
Al Barizi

Background imageFern Collection: Sable Fern, music hall singer and dancer

Sable Fern, music hall singer and dancer
Sable Fern, music hall singer, dancer and actor, seen here in Boer War uniform. late 19th century

Background imageFern Collection: Tree ferns (Cyatheaceae) in Kells Bay Gardens, Ring of Kerry, Iveragh Peninsula, County Kerry

Tree ferns (Cyatheaceae) in Kells Bay Gardens, Ring of Kerry, Iveragh Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland, Europe. September 2015

Background imageFern Collection: Giganotosaurus hunting

Giganotosaurus hunting. Giganotosaurus was a large carcharodontosaurid dinosaur that lived in what is now Argentina during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous Period approximately 100 to

Background imageFern Collection: Common staghorn fern, Elkhorn fern (Platycerium bifurcate), Australia

Common staghorn fern, Elkhorn fern (Platycerium bifurcate), Australia

Background imageFern Collection: Otway National Park

Otway National Park
The temperate rain forest of Otway National Park Victoria

Background imageFern Collection: Horseshoe Falls, Mount Field National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Horseshoe Falls, Mount Field National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tasmania, Australia, Pacific

Background imageFern Collection: Fiordland crested penguins (Eudyptes pachyrhynchus) in dense coastal forest, Lake Moeraki

Fiordland crested penguins (Eudyptes pachyrhynchus) in dense coastal forest, Lake Moeraki, South Island, New Zealand, November, threatened species

Background imageFern Collection: eucalypts rainforest, Great Otway N. P. Australia

eucalypts rainforest, Great Otway N. P. Australia
Green and wet rainforest with old growth eucalypts with peeling bark, Australian fern trees, mosses and epiphytes, The Otway Fly Treetop, Great Otway National Park, fall, Victoria, Australia

Background imageFern Collection: Elephant fern

Elephant fern
Spiral stairs surround green fern

Background imageFern Collection: MUIR & BURROUGHS, c1909. American naturalists John Muir (left) and John Burroughs. Photograph, c1909

MUIR & BURROUGHS, c1909. American naturalists John Muir (left) and John Burroughs. Photograph, c1909

Background imageFern Collection: Elkhorn / Staghorn fern - Atherton Tableland - North Queensland - Australia JFL00186

Elkhorn / Staghorn fern - Atherton Tableland - North Queensland - Australia JFL00186
FL-3012 Elkhorn / Staghorn fern Atherton Tableland - North Queensland - Australia Platycerium grande Ferrero Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageFern Collection: Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) on frost covered fern, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, UK

Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) on frost covered fern, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, UK. Winner of the Habitat Category of the British Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards (BWPA) 2017

Background imageFern Collection: Marriners Falls at Great Otway National Park, Victoria

Marriners Falls at Great Otway National Park, Victoria

Background imageFern Collection: A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars while safely standing between its mothers legs

A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars while safely standing between its mothers legs
A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex roars defiantely while safely standing between its mothers legs

Background imageFern Collection: Licuala sp

Licuala sp
Plate 981 from the John Reeves Collection of Botanical Drawings from Canton, China. Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageFern Collection: First published photograph, William Fox-Talbot

First published photograph, William Fox-Talbot facsimile of a photogenic drawing showing fern leaves. Date: 1839

Background imageFern Collection: Wings Develop of Mantis

Wings Develop of Mantis
Abdul Gapur Dayak

Background imageFern Collection: Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) unrolling frond, Den Oever, The Netherlands

Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) unrolling frond, Den Oever, The Netherlands

Background imageFern Collection: United States, Louisiana, New Orleans. French Quarter balconies on Royal Street

United States, Louisiana, New Orleans. French Quarter balconies on Royal Street

Background imageFern Collection: Everton FC football team 1922-23

Everton FC football team 1922-23. Back row: Hart, Brewster, Peacock, Fern, McDonald, Chedgzoy. Front row: Harrison, Downs, Irvine, Forbes, Williams. Date: 1922-1923

Background imageFern Collection: Sitka Spruce and Sword Ferns, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

Sitka Spruce and Sword Ferns, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

Background imageFern Collection: Black Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio polyxenes

Black Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio polyxenes

Background imageFern Collection: Autumn Fern, Japanese Wood Fern or Copper Shield Fern -Dryopteris erythrosora-

Autumn Fern, Japanese Wood Fern or Copper Shield Fern -Dryopteris erythrosora-

Background imageFern Collection: Portions of fern

Portions of fern. Chromolithograph from John Gilbert Baker and Sir William Jackson Hooker, Synopsis filicum, or a synopsis of all known ferns. Drawn from nature by Mr. Fitch, F.L.S. Date: 1868

Background imageFern Collection: Ostrich fern or shuttlecock fern - Fiddlehead - edible - Widely distributed in the Northern

Ostrich fern or shuttlecock fern - Fiddlehead - edible - Widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere - Europe - Asia
CAN-4475 Ostrich fern or shuttlecock fern - Fiddlehead - edible Matteuccia struthiopteris often used in gardening John Cancalosi contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: +44 (0) 20 8318 1401

Background imageFern Collection: New Zealand

New Zealand
PongaTree Fern Frond Unfurling (Koru), South Island, New Zealand

Background imageFern Collection: Fern Tree Valley, near Hobart, Tasmania

Fern Tree Valley, near Hobart, Tasmania
View of Fern Tree Valley near Hobart, Tasmania, showing a river and waterfall in a tropical landscape. 1870

Background imageFern Collection: Tree Ferns, Dandenong Ranges National Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Tree Ferns, Dandenong Ranges National Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Background imageFern Collection: Light Micrograph (LM): A transverse section of a stem of Whisk Fern (Psilotum nudum)

Light Micrograph (LM): A transverse section of a stem of Whisk Fern (Psilotum nudum); Magnification x18 (on 10)
LRDS-167 Light Micrograph (LM): A transverse section of a stem of Whisk Fern (Psilotum nudum) Magnification x18 (on 10.5 cm width print) Psilotum nudum David Spears (Last Refuge)

Background imageFern Collection: Tree Fern unfurling leave of a tree fern. This motive, in Maori called Koru

Tree Fern unfurling leave of a tree fern. This motive, in Maori called Koru
SAS-935 Tree Fern - unfurling leave of a tree fern. This motive, in Maori called Koru, is by the Maori people often used in arts of all kinds

Background imageFern Collection: pristine rainforest with many tree ferns and lush moss- and lichen-covered native trees along path

pristine rainforest with many tree ferns and lush moss- and lichen-covered native trees along path to Moria Gate Arch
SAS-848 pristine rainforest - with many tree ferns and lush moss - and lichen-covered native trees along path to Moria Gate Arch Oparara Basin, Karamea region, West Coast, South Island

Background imageFern Collection: Wistmans Wood showing old Oaks and moss covered rocky understory Dartmoor National Park Devon

Wistmans Wood showing old Oaks and moss covered rocky understory Dartmoor National Park Devon, UK LA000184
COS-1303 Wistmans Wood showing old Oaks and moss covered rocky understory Dartmoor National Park, Devon, UK Bill Coster Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageFern Collection: Soft Tree Fern - Unfolding new frond

Soft Tree Fern - Unfolding new frond
AU-32053-JPF Tasmanian tree fern / Soft tree fern / Man fern - Unfolding new frond Dicksonia antarctica Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only



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Ferns, with their delicate fronds and lush green foliage, add a touch of elegance to any landscape. Lady Fern, True Maidenhair, and Holly it can just a few the stunning variety found in nature's repertoire. In Stein, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, the Ostrich Fern or Shuttlecock Fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris) thrives amidst breathtaking scenery. Journeying to Triplet Falls in the Otway Ranges of Victoria, Australia unveils a mesmerizing sight as ferns flourish in the enchanting rainforest of Bunyip State Park. Venturing further into Pacific paradise leads us to Padley Gorge in Peak District, Derbyshire, England. Here lies another captivating display of ferns that adorn this picturesque location within the United Kingdom's borders. Across continents and oceans lies New Zealand's Karamea region where an opulent cascade flows through moss- and lichen-covered temperate rainforests at Oparara Basin. In Olympic National Park's Hoh Rain Forest in Washington State stands Taft Creek surrounded by vibrant groundcover dominated by ferns - a testament to their resilience even in challenging environments. The Male Shield fern (Aspidium filix mas) showcases its unique beauty while Archaeopteris hibernica reminds us of these ancient plants' enduring legacy as fossilized remains. Indoor enthusiasts can also appreciate ferns' allure within tropical plant and orchid houses worldwide. From botanical gardens to private collections alike; these spaces provide sanctuary for these verdant wonders. Lastly, we owe gratitude to William Fox-Talbot for capturing one of our earliest glimpses into the world of photography with his first published photograph featuring none other than a magnificent fern specimen. Whether it be cascading waterfalls or serene forests teeming with life; from Europe to Australia and beyond – wherever you find yourself immersed in nature’s embrace they can sure to captivate with their timeless beauty.