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Adiantum venustum

Adiantum venustum£6.50

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


Athyrium felix-femina 'Lady in Red'£6.50

Hardy, herbaceous, fern with light green fronds on striking bright red stems. Best grown in light shade and moister, organic-matter rich soils, perhaps along with hardy cyclamen and other woodland specialists. Will tolerate full sun on moister soils. Fully hardy. H: 60-90cm


Athyrium felix-feminae 'Victoriae'£7.95

Deciduous fern with lacy, finely-divided,light green fronds which form a dense shuttlecock-like clump. Grows wild in cool, moist conditions throughout the northern hemisphere, although it can tolerant quite dry conditions as well. The variety 'Victoriae' is noted for very finely divided leaflets, and was very popular during the Victorian 'fern-craze'. H: up to 1m


Athyrium filix-femina£9.95

Shade loving hardy perennial, for a moist and cool spot. Grown for its foliage which is renewed each year. H: about 75cm when established.


Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Athyrium niponicum var. pictum£7.95

Deciduous and fully hardy fern. Beautiful silvery-grey to mid-green leaves. Spreads by rhizomes and prefers a sheltered and lightly shaded spot. AGM. Hieght: 20-30cm


Dryopteris affinis 'Cristata'£6.50

Evergreen shuttlecock fern, with broad arching fronds. Prefers moist soil and partial shade. Fully hardy. H: 1m


Dryopteris erythrosora

Dryopteris erythrosora£7.50

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 var prolifica£7.95


Dryopteris filix-femina 'Linearis Polydactyla'£9.95

Medium size hardy fern, noted for the unusual spreading of the frond tips, forming in time 'fingers'. Best in cool and moist conditions, but in common with other Dryopteris quite dry conditions will be tolerated. H: 75cm


Dryopteris goldiana

Dryopteris goldiana£5.95

Stout, hardy evergreen fern, with fronds up to 80cm in length and 35cm in width, glowing with gold. Prefers shade and reliably moist soil.


Dryopteris wallichiana

Dryopteris wallichiana£6.50

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


Matteucia struthiopteris

Matteucia struthiopteris£10.50

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.

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