Adiantum pedatum (1.5lt)


Five fingered Maidenhair fern. Strong, wiry black stems hold delicate, feathery mid-green fronds. Clump forming deciduous fern with a height and spread to around 40cm. Mixes well with Epimediums, Uvul..

Asplenium scolopendrium (1lt)


The harts tongue fern. Indigenous dark green glossy fern. Keeps its glossy appearance all year round. Grow in moist soil in shade or part shade. Leaf mould is a good thing to add to the soil prior ..

Asplenium scolopendrium Angustatum (1lt)


A very attractive form of the hearts tongue fern with it's ruffled edged, strap like, evergreen leaves. Prefers a humus rich moist soil in dappled shade but is often found growing in dryish cracks ..

Asplenium scolopendrium Cristatum Group (1lt)


A sought after form of the hearts tongue fern. The ends of the leaves are deeply cut giving a crested appearance. Glossy evergreen foliage all year. Any moist soil in sun or shade. Height and sprea..

Asplenium trichomanes (1lt)


A beautiful little fern ideal for crevices or cracks in walls or for rockery. Height and spread to around 10cm x 20cm. Best in part or full shade. Once established this variety is very drought resi..

Athyrium filix-femina (1lt)


Lady Fern. Handsome ferm with tall lacy fresh green fronds. A native, frequently found in woodland. Grows best in moist soil in dappled shade. Height and spread to around 1.2m x 90cm. ..

Athyrium filix-femina f. rubellum Lady in Red (1.5lt)


Red stemmed Lady Fern. Handsome fern with tall lacy fresh green fronds with bright red stems. An award winning form of the native Lady fern. Grows best in moist soil in dappled shade. Height and sp..

Athyrium filix-femina Ghost (1lt)


A cross between A. niponicum Pictum and A felix-femina Ghost has the best of both Parents. Tall silvery fronds unfurl into an open vase shape 60-90cm tall. Beautiful when paired with Hostas, Heucherel..

Athyrium filix-femina Victoriae (2lt)


The Queen of Green. Fronds unfurl in spring with the delicate appearance of the lady fern but are crested at the ends of the pinnae and arranged in a criss cross pattern. An attractive form of The Lad..

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