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Asplenium trichomanes incisum

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

Athyrium ‘Silver Falls’

A unique fern with a broad habit. Attractive, arching triangular fronds are silvery-green. Foliage is a strong silver in Spring changing to green as the season progresses. Purple-red stems and midribs create a striking contrast. An excellent ground-cover for moist shady areas. A versatile garden plant for flowerbed. Prefers a damp soil in full or partial shade. Good for under-planting, in shady areas, in the woodland or rock garden. Approximate height and spread; 90cm x 60cm.

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.

Dryopteris aff. Crispa Congesta

A hardy, small and compact evergreen fern. As it's name suggest the bright green fronds appear crispy and congested on the plant. It's neat size makes it and ideal choice for rockeries, borders, woodland gardens, or in pots/containers. Height 30 cm, spread 30 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.