Crispa-variegated Southern Japanese Evergreen Fern. This unusual cold-hardy fern has finger-like protrusions from the end of its fronds, which are elaborately frilled and tipped with white. I found this little jewel at a small rare plant consignment nursery in Japan some years back. It should be grown similarly to the Tongue Ferns, Pyrrosia lingua. It works well in a very organic soil in the garden or as a container subject. Fascinating!