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Adiantum aleuticum 'Imbricatum'

Adiantum aleuticum 'Imbricatum'£7.95

Fully hardy dwarf fern, well suited to a cool, shady and reasonably damp position. Very pretty and delicate foliage. Wiry, black stems support fan-shaped, pale bluish-green fronds composed of leaf segments close together on the midrib. Clump-forming, with a final height of some 20cm or so.

Adiantum venustum

Adiantum venustum£7.95

Fully hardy fern for a moist and shady spot, grown for its delicate foliage. Relatively low and slow growing. H:30cm.

Dryopteris atrata

Dryopteris atrata£7.95

Evergreen. The mature fronds are arching and dark green, slightly hairy and unfold resembling an elephant's trunk. Well drained moist soil, shade. Hardy H:90cm.

Dryopteris erythrosora

Dryopteris erythrosora£7.95

Semi evergreen hardy fern suitable for dry shade. Young leaves are orange to brick red turning light to-mid green during the summer time Dryopteris erythrosora is native to China and Japan and typically grows in light woodland in cool shady conditions. Fully hardy. H:60cm.

Dryopteris erythrosora 'Prolifica'£7.95

Semi evergreen hardy fern suitable for dry shade. Young leaves are orange to brick red turning light to-mid green during the summer time, forming neat clumps of slightly feathery fronds. Grows best in light woodland-style conditions, in a cool shady spot. Trouble-free and fully hardy. H:60cm.

Dryopteris sieboldii

Dryopteris sieboldii£7.95

A very robust and hardy evergreen fern from eastern Asia, with distinctive, broad 'finger-like' fronds. Will do best in cool shady conditions where the soil is reliably moist and reasonably well drained. Will make a very fine potted specimen as well. Height: about 80cm

Dryopteris wallichiana

Dryopteris wallichiana£7.95

Large hardy perennial. Young, unfurling foliage is a rich golden-green, turning dark and glossy with dark rib. Evergreen. Cool, shady and moist conditions will give the very best results. H: 1m W: 90cm.

Matteucia struthiopteris

Matteucia struthiopteris£9.95

Large, fully hardy fern with stiffly upright fronds that will in time produce the classic 'shuttlecock' shape. Fronds up to 1.2m in length. Prefers partial shade and a moist or heavily mulched soil, where it will start to spread and in time form a substantial colony.

Osmunda regalis

Osmunda regalis£12.95

Large deciduous fern with fronds up to 2m in length. Fully hardy. Prefers moist soil and dappled shade, and can be grown in shallow water, or in a pot that is standing in a tray of water. Awarded the RHS AGM as an outstanding garden plant.

Polystichum luctuosum '(syn. Polystichum tsus-simense)'

Polystichum luctuosum '(syn. Polystichum tsus-simense)'£7.95

Quite a small and compact, fully hardy, evergreen fern from eastern Asia. Produces erect, narrow and lance-shaped fronds with a slender point, making a very elegant plant. Best in cool and shady conditions witrh reliably moist soil - will also do well in a pot. Height: about 45cm

Polystichum setiferum£7.95

Soft shield fern. A handsome and large evergreen fern, with fronds more than 1m in length. Prefers moist shade. Fully hardy. H: 1.2m

Polystichum setiferum 'Congestum Group'

Polystichum setiferum 'Congestum Group'£7.95

A very pretty evergreen fern, with congested spiralling fronds. Remains compact and prefers moist shade. Would make a very good choice for a pot grown plant if there is nowhere suitable in the garden Fully hardy. H: 30cm.

Woodwardia fimbriata

Woodwardia fimbriata£7.95

Fully hardy fern native to North America and an easily grown and handsome plant. Prefers moist and light;ly shaded conditions where the finely segmented and sharply toothed fronds may reach a height of up to 1.5m, making a spectacular talking point in the garden. More or less evergreen, especially where grown in a sheltered spot.

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