Fern Grower's Manual

by Barbara Joe Hoshizaki, Robbin C. Moran

Shipping to the U.S. only. Please see our International FAQ for more information.


Also available at

Ferns have graced our planet for hundreds of millions of years. With about 12,000 named species of ferns worldwide, the variety to be found among them is staggering in its array of forms, textures, and even colors. From towering tree ferns to tiny water clovers, ferns and fern allies offer...
Read More

Published By Timber Press

Format Paperback


Number Of Pages 624

Publication Date 04/20/2001

ISBN 9781604694673

Dimensions 9 inches x 11.3 inches

“An excellent horticultural resource for those who specialize in growing ferns. An impressive work and an epic volume that will not soon be replaced.” —Choice

“This book opened my eyes to the diversity of ferns worldwide. . . . Fern Grower’s Manual is an authoritative reference that is sure to remain at the pinnacle of fern literature for decades to come.” —Horticulture

“This book is for reference and also for finding bits of information not usually found elsewhere. Excellent black and white drawings show pertinent details.” —National Gardener

“It is a plant resource book in the best sense of the word.” —American Rhododendron Society Journal

“What detail! . . .  It is easy to comprehend by the amateur—me. . . . I love owning this book.” —Gardener for the Prairies

“I can heartily recommend this fine book. . . . As a reference book it will be a staple of the fern library in the manner of its much loved predecessor.” —Fern Research Foundation

“Here in one volume of over 600 pages, with 50 color photos and over 800 super line drawings, is a book all interested in ferns should have.” —Gardening Newsletter

“An updated and expanded guide to growing more than 700 species, from 124 genera. . . . With its vast plethora of illustrations, [this book] is a one-stop source.” —American Reference Books Annual

“Clearly the result of a lifelong passion for ferns, this is a serious tome, academic in the degree of detail presented, but written for anyone with an interest in growing, studying, or simply enjoying ferns.” —Pacific Horticulture

“A great book for people who want to grow and identify different ferns and their allies.” —Plant Talk