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A beautiful and dwarf form of maidenhair fern. Green deeply cut fronds with black wiry stems. Needs a moist, humus rich soil in partial shade. Forms a dense clump and is good for edging. Protect fr..
One of the best maidenhair ferns for gardens in the UK. Wiry dark stems hold delicate triangular shaped leaves. Likes moist soil in shade or part shade. Evergreen to around -6c. Deciduous in very cold..
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 ..
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 ..
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..
Mother spleenwort or Hen and Chickens fern. Tufts of feathery evergreen fronds make this a most attractive fern suited as a houseplant, for hanging baskets or a sheltered part shade spot in the..
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.