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Asplenium scol. angustifolia

Harts Tongue Ferns Semi-evergreen. Strap shaped glossy green fronds. Height 40 cm. Prefers moist soil and shady positon.

Asplenium scol. Cristata

Harts tongue Ferns. Glossy bright green evergreen crested fronds. Strongly curled at the tips. Height 40cm

Asplenium trichomanes incisum

Maidenhair Spleenwort Evergreen. Narrow lance-shaped bright green fronds. Height 15 cm. Light shade. Dry grity limy soil.

Athyrium felix-femina

Lady Ferns Deciduous. Height 60 cm. Fully hardy. Dainty arching pale green fronds. Plant in partial shade.

Athyrium fil.fem. Frizelliae

Tatting Ferns Deciduous. Light green fronds. Originally discovered in County Wicklow. Semi-shade, medium to damp soil. Best planted in small groups. Height 30 cm.

Athyrium nip. var. p. Burgundy Lace

Triangular metalic-grey leaves infused with spectacular wine-burgundy as they emerge. Low growing clumps are a showstopper in borders. Deciduous. Height 40cm.

Athyrium niponicum ‘Red Beauty’

A unique fern with a broad habit. Attractive, arching triangular fronds are silvery-green. Contrasting stems and veins are a bright, burgundy-red with the intense colour taking up to 3 years to develop. An excellent ground-cover for moist shady areas. Height and spread (approx) 30cm x 30cm. Good for under-planting, in shady areas, in the woodland or rock garden.

Blechnum spicant

Evergreen hardy Ferns. Produces lance-shaped dark green fronds. Height 50 cm. Grow in moist humus-rich, acid soil in partial shade.

Cheilantes Lanosa

Hairy Lip-Ferns Evergreen with grey-green woolly fronds. Unusual Ferns that prefers a dry shade spot. Great for nooks in rock walls. Height 20cm.

Cyathea australis

Rough Tree Ferns Evergreen. Dark green fronds. Height upto 300 cm. Fertile, moist well-drained soil in partial shade. Tolerate some frost.

Cyrtomium fortunei

An upright evergreen fern with pale green arching fronds. Good for mass planting. Plant in any free-draining soil in a shady position. Height 60 cm

Dicksonia antarctica

A magnificent specimen plant for architectural impact in the garden. Trunk forming fern crowned with gigantic rich green palm-like fronds which unfurl from the centre. In winter protect the crown by wrapping it up with straw or dead fronds.  Tasmanian tree fern for growing in acidic soil in full or dappled shade. Hardy in mild areas. Also can be kept in containers in sheltered areas or cool conservatories in partial shade.