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Asplenium scolopendriumAsplenium scolopendrium
Asplenium scolopendrium
A handsome, evergree fern with glossy, wavy fronds unfurling in spring. A great fern for the edge of woodland areas and in a shady mixed border, which will tolerate dry soils once it has established.
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Athyrium Metallicum
Athyrium Metallicum
One of the most recognizable and popular of all ferns. Grey green and purple fronds, and a neat growth habit up to 45cm in height and spread. Best in shade, but tolerates sun if planted in moist soil. Deciduous. Note that younger plants will not develop the full patternation until they are slightly more established, and the patternation will be stronger in a little more shade than it will in a sunnier position.
£11.99
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Blechnum penna-marinaBlechnum penna-marina
Blechnum penna-marina
Small creeping evergreen fern forming neat clumps of small fronds. Ideal for covering the ground in a damp space in part or full shade.
£12.99
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Cyrtomium fortunei clivicola
Attractive fern with broad fronds which are mid green in colour and matt in texture. A hardy evergreen which will thrive in part or full shade and most soil types so long as it is not to dry. 
£4.99

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Dryopteris erythrosora prolifica
A selected from of Dryopteris erythrosora with red-tinted glossy new fronds. This majestic fern forms a large clump growing up to 60cm in height and spread. and thrives in good light and moist soil. It is evergreen in a mild winter. Very highly recommended and easy to grow.
£12.99
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Dryopteris The King
A striking fern with semi-evergreen, golden-green fronds turning bright green as they mature, forming a shuttlecock shape up to 4ft in height. A really versatile fern suitable for nearly every aspect.
£12.99
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Matteuccia struthiopterisMatteuccia struthiopteris
Matteuccia struthiopteris
Wonderful fresh green unfurling fronds which indeed resemble tall narrow shuttlecocks. These can ultimately form small trunks. Height up to 90cm. Perfect for a dapple shaded spot near to water where it will slowly form a small colony spreading by underground runners.
£15.99
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Polystichum Herrenhausen
Polystichum Herrenhausen
Broadly triangular fronds held at a distinct angle. This is a particularly striking form of Polystichum setiferum which always stands out. Makes a striking evergreen specimen plant up to 75cm in height and spread. This is a really good woodland plant, excelling in damp shade.
£12.99

Polystichum munitum
Polystichum munitum
A robust evergreen fern forming a large clump of erect, narrowly lance-shaped fronds.
£12.99
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Polystichum polyblepharum
Polystichum polyblepharum
One of the best of all garden ferns.  Glossy fronds, the new furry crosiers "hang" as they open out which is very unusual as most ferns unfurl the other way.  Evergreen fronds which always look fresh.
£12.99
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Polystichum setiferum
Polystichum setiferum
Long soft fronds often with a distinct angular twist along the stems. Forms a large single clump up to 60cm in height and spread, the fronds remaining evergreen in all the hardest winters. Does well in most conditions if not too dry. One of the anchor plants of any fern collection.
£11.99
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