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Dryopteris erythrosora var prolifica£9.95

Semi evergreen hardy fern suitable for dry shade. Young leaves are orange to brick red turning light to-mid green during the summer time, with a more finely cut leaf than the parent species. Tolerant, but thrives best in cool shady conditions. Fully hardy. H:60cm.

Dryopteris wallichiana

Dryopteris wallichiana£9.95

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£7.95

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.

Thelypteris decursive-pinnata£5.95

Hardy fern from Japan. Forms colonies quite readily in moist and cool conditions, with elegant arching fronds some 45cm high. Possibly evergreen in sheltered conditions.

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