This second one is Athyrium ff 'Victoriae' which is not the same as the one I had up yesterday which is Victoria. This is one of the largest of the Lady Ferns and can easily be 3 feet tall. It has multiple crests at the tip of the frond and the pinnae and is arching and drooping. It also comes in a red stemmed version which I haven't seen, but which might be something to look for. It doesn't come true from spores, but might produce something interesting nonetheless.
Last for today is Athyrium 'Ghost'. It is a grey/white one which forms a nice clump quickly. This is one of the growing number of named Athyriums and one of my favorites. I it is striking with its pale fronds and gets to be about 2 feet tall.
The weather is warmer, though we do have a bit of snow with a layer of ice under it - not good; it will be a bit warmer today so maybe the house will heat back up and I can move the house plants back to their windowsills.