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Dennstaedtia punctilobula (North American hay-scented fern)

D. punctilobula is a deciduous fern with erect to arching, lance-shaped, yellow-green fronds with pinnate, linear segments.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Cyathea cooperi 'Brentwood' (Australian tree fern 'Brentwood')

Other names: Scaly tree fern 'Brentwood', Lacy tree fern 'Brentwood', Cooper's tree fern 'Brentwood', Alsophila australis 'Brentwood', Cyathea australis 'Brentwood'

'Brentwood' is a vigorous yet tender, evergreen tree fern with a single, slender stem bearing a terminal cluster of pinnate, mid-green fronds divided into linear or lance-shaped segments.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 6m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Lyonothamnus floribundus subsp. aspeniifolius (Fernleaf catalina ironwood)

Other names: Fern-leaf catalina ironwood, Fern-leaved catalina ironwood, Santa Cruz Island ironwood

L. floribundus subsp. aspeniifolius is a conical, frost-hardy, evergreen tree with peeling, reddish-brown bark and pinnate leaves divided into oval to elliptic, glossy, dark green leaflets. Panicles of star-shaped, white flowers bloom from spring into summer.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 12m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 15-20 years
to maturity
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Sambucus nigra f. laciniata (Cut-leaved elder)

Other names: Fern-leaved elder, Parsley-leaved elder, Sambucus nigra 'Laciniata', Lace-leaved elder

S. nigra f. laciniata is a large, bushy, deciduous shrub with finely-dissected, fern-like, palmate, mid-green leaves and, in early summer, flattened panicles of small, scented, creamy-white flowers followed by round, glossy black fruit.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 5m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
to maturity
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Acacia angustissima (Timbe)

Other names: Prairie acacia, White ball acacia, Fern acacia, Texas acacia, Whiteball acacia, Prairie guajillo, Texas prairie acacia, Shreve's prairie acacia, Prairie wattle, Chisos prairie acacia, Fernleaf acacia, Acaciella angustissima

A. angustissima is a rounded, thornless, deciduous shrub or small tree with bipinnate leaves divided into small, narrowly oblong, dark green leaves, folding at night or when touched. Spherical heads of creamy-white flowers from summer into autumn are followed by elongated, flat seed pods.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 7m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
to maturity
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