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The Male Fern. The native male fern forming tall mid-green feathery fronds with green midribs. Height and spread to around 90cm x 120cm. Partial shade. Hardy. An excellent hardy fern which will surviv..
Barnes' narrow male fern. Tall fern with narrow fronds growing to 1-1.2m. Fronds are narrow, long and arching. Best in humus rich moist but well drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.
A lovely crested form of the Male Fern with curly ends to the fronds. Compact habit with a height and spread to around 70cm x 50cm. Prefers a rich soil in dappled shade.
Very narrow, mid-green leaves with crested frond tips grow in shuttlecock like clumps to around 1.2m. Graceful habit for moisture retentive soil in part shade.
Goldie's fern. Tufts of broadly oval pale green fronds. Height and spread to around 1.2m. Best in a moist humus rich soil in part shade. Easy and reliable.
Fresh bright green fronds forming a vase shape rather like a shuttlecock hence it's common name 'Shuttlecock Fern'. Needs a lot of moisture or even boggy conditions. Height and spread to around 1.5..
The sensitive fern or the bog fern. A fast growing fern suited to boggy sites. Bright green fronds reflect well against water and die off after the first frost. Hardy, deciduous, spreading fern wit..
THE ROYAL FERN. Large fresh green upright fronds unfurl in spring. In summer, erect, spore bearing rusty brown flower fronds stand above the green foliage. Good autumn colour. Height to..
An attractive and rare form of THE ROYAL FERN with red stems. Large fresh green upright fronds are purple tinted in spring. In summer, erect, spore bearing rusty brown flower fronds stand abo..