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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.

Dryopteris af Cristata The King

Crested Scaly Male Fern. An evergreen easy to grow fern. Forms a rosette of erect, arching, crested fronds that open golden-green when young and turn bright green as they mature. Height 100 cm, spread 90 cm. 

Dryopteris aff. Crispa Cristata

A hardy evergreen fern. As it's name suggest the bright green fronds appear crispy or curled. They are crested at the tips with ruffled edges and may be arching or erect. Height 90 cm, spread 60 cm. A versatile garden plant which will tolerate most soils (dry or moist) and conditions(sun or shade) but it's preference is a moist partially shaded spot in the garden.

Dryopteris erythrosora

Autumn Fern. Copper tones of new fronds contrasting with matured dark green leaves giving an Autumnal appearance. Good for mass planting. Height 50 cm, spread 60 cm.

Dryopteris filix-mas

A native Irish fern. Graceful and easy to grow. Large light green triangular fronds are evergreen and resemble a shuttlecock. Height 90 cm.

Dryopteris sieboldii

Asian Wood Fern. A unique and hardy fern. Tropical looking thick leathery pale green leaves. Likes a shady spot under trees. Height 45 cm.

Dryopteris wallichiana

Semi-evergreen Ferns. New fronds are a golden green with black hairy midrib and stem. Remove old fronds in Spring after last frost to allow new growth to uncurl.  Height 90 cm ,Spread. 90 cm.

Matteuccia struthiopteris

Shuttlecock-like tufts, deciduous. Needs sheltered, moist site. Height 120 cm.

Osmunda regalis

Royal Ferns. Rich loamy, damp soil. Suitable for pond margins. Brown flowerspikes. Height 200 cm.

Polystichum munitum

Height 60m. Evergreen. Long mid-green fronds. Ideal for borders or as a specimen plant. Tolerated most soils.

Polystichum polyblepharum

Height 75 cm. Suitable as a solitary plant or use in a group. Non-invasive. Neutral to acid soil. Evergreen, glossy foliage.