A handsome species for the fernery in the house or out of doors.
The fernery was flanked by two other handwoven baskets of sweet-grass.
But the fernery has nothing of the charm for me possessed by the large conservatory.
Had a careless servant broken the glass of her fernery again?
Slowly, as was their wont, they crossed among the constellations of buttercups and daisies, and entered the fernery.
At the base of the fernery make a bed of violets as large around in circumference as the umbrella.
Up on the lawn above the fernery he could see his old dog Balthasar.
The ballroom opened into a large conservatory, which led to a fernery, and from the fernery one passed to the grounds.
Let us now walk through to the end of the fernery and return.
Lady Glenalvon suggests turning that hideous old moat into a fernery,—a great improvement.