6 Fern Pictures
Today we have a splendid collection of Fern Pictures! I just love ferns. I always have a few on my porch in hanging baskets and several in shady parts of the garden. The green colors are just so fresh and cool. The images featured below are beautifully aged and colorful graphics. The fine details of the plants are truly gorgeous. I just adore these early Botanical prints!! We have a pretty fern bouquet with several delightful tiny white flowers. Then we have two similar very natural looking ferns vintage images. These also have root pieces. There is another lovely antique fern with brightly colored green leaves on a white background. They are all such great graphics for you to enjoy using in all of your garden themed projects!
Pictured here is a fabulous antique Natural History print. It dates from circa 1850’s! This gorgeous print features some lush green ferns and includes a bit of the roots. Aren’t ferns interesting with the symmetry of the leaves? Each individual leaflet has the same exact features, with the larger ones at the base become incrementally smaller from one to the other. The other fascinating thing about this type of fern is that each individual leaflet is actually a smaller scale version of the entire plant!
Here we have another lovely antique Fern print! It goes with the one above. Displayed again are the detailed roots with tentacles at the base of them. The stalk on the far right side appears to depict a plant with follicles that have not yet bloomed. This provides an interesting element to this splendid early Botanical print! I think the print would be so perfectly beautiful displayed together with the one above it!
This is a beautiful Antique Engraving that I scanned from an 1850’s botany book! It has some beautiful Fern leaves, and parts of Ferns.
And here is a second print from the same book, it coordinates with the one above it. Both are wonderful Black and White engravings that you would great framed together on a wall.
Featured above is a charming antique card that features a Fern Bouquet. A variety of ferns are a lovely addition to this bouquet and mixed in are some other leaves, in reddish tones. It looks a bit like Virginia Creeper to me, but I’m not expert! This one has rustic Fall tones to it.