Ferns for sale(All pot sizes are approximate)
(evergreen maidenhair), AGM, Family Pteridaceae, Originating from Afghanistan Himalaya. Deciduous fern, can be evergreen in mild areas, thin creeping rhizome forming a mat. Ovate fronds with many small fan-shaped segments.
(East Indian holly fern), Family Dryopteraceae, Originating from China and Japan. Slow-growing, evergreen fernithy thick, glossy, broadly-triangular, dark green fronds divided into three or four segments.
(Hart's tongue fern, Burnt weed, Horse tongue), AGM, Family Aspleniaceae, Originating from Temperate regions of N. Hemisphere. Evergreen shuttlecock-like crowns of bright green, strap-shaped, lush, leathery fronds.
(hart's tongue fern Cristatum Group), Family Aspleniaceae, Originating from Temperate regions of N. Hemisphere. A cultivar of the Hart's tongue fern which produces shuttlecock-like crowns of strap-shaped, leathery green fronds which are crested at the tips.
(Forked hart's tongue fern, Hart's tongue fern 'Furcatum'), Family Aspleniaceae, Originating from Europe. A clump forming hardy compact evergreen fern with bright green glossy leathery leaves which are deeply forked at the tips.
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(syn. Asplenium bulbiferum, Hen and chicken fern), Family Aspleniaceae, Originating from Australia and New Zealand. Beautiful evergreen or semi evergreen fern with soft, feathery dark green fronds up to 1.2m (4ft).
(Lady fern), AGM, Family Woodsiaceae, Originating from Temp. N. Hemis. A fern of delicate appearance with upright shuttlecocks of lacy fronds that arch gracefully with age.
(Eared lady fern), AGM, Family Woodsiaceae, Originating from Japan, Korea and China. An exquisite deciduous fern - the new fronds in spring emerge lime green and wine red, adding colour to a woodland or shady border.
(alpine water fern), AGM, Family Blechnaceae, Originating from S Hemisphere. A small evergreen fern with dense tufts of fronds, providing excellent ground cover for damp shade.
(Ladder fern, Herringbone fern, Hard fern, Deer fern), AGM, Family Blechnaceae, Originating from Northern hemisphere. A handsome, native, evergreen fern with two distinct types of frond. The first are glossy, leathery pinnate up to 60cm long.
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(hairy lip fern), Family Pteridaceae, Originating from N. America. An evergreen clump forming small fern with hairy pale grey/green leaves. This dryland rock dwelling fern unusually prefers to grow in full or partial sun.
(Sickle Leaved Holly Fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from China, Japan, Korea, N. Vietnam. An elegant hardy spreading evergreen fern with glossy dark green fronds and sickle shaped pinnules.
(Japanese holly fern, fishtail fern), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Japan. Evergreen fern from Japan with dark green glossy pinnate fronds, looks much like holly.
(Fortune's Cyrtomium), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Temperate Asia. Very distinctive evergreen fern with fronds that contrast well with more feathery species.
(common rasp-fern), Family Blechnaceae, Originating from Australasia, Polynesia. A clumping, slowly spreading evergreen fern with bronze new leaves becoming dark green and leathery in texture as they age.
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(Scaly male fern 'Crispa Gracilis'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe to the Himalayas. A virtually evergreen fern forming a compact rosette of crisped, congested, overlapping, forest-green fronds.
(Golden shield fern, Scaly male fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. Shuttlecocks of narrow, tapering, upright, leathery fronds up to 70cm long, emerge from a large, knobbly scaly crown in spring.
(Champion's wood fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from China, Korea and Japan. Showy crosiers covered in silver hairs appear in spring and unravel to reveal apple green young foliage above the darker green winter foliage in spring.
(Thick-stemmed wood fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from N.E. Asia, Siberia, Japan. An exceptional fern for light shade producing a large shuttlecock-shaped crown of rich foliage.
(Broad buckler 'Crispa Whiteside'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from N. W. And Central Europe. An especially ornamental fern with a shuttlecock of very pretty toothed and crisped fronds. It is partially evergreen but the fronds will be lost in a hars
(Japanese shield fern, copper shield fern), AGM, Family Dryopteraceae, Originating from China and Japan. Deciduous fern from China and Japan. Produces tufts of bronze coloured fronds that turn shiny dark green. A very striking plant.
(Japanese shield fern 'Brilliance'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from China and Japan. A colourful evergreen fern that produces an abundant mound of remarkable orange-red, shiny fronds in spring. Similar in size and habit to the species.
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(Male fern 'Linearis Polydactyla'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe and N. America. A deciduous fern that forms an architectural, shuttlecock-like clump of upright fronds that arch at their tips.
(Barnes Narrow Male Fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. A tough deciduous fern with shuttlecocks of tall slightly ruffled, deep green, narrow fronds. An excellent plant for woodland and dry shade.
Family: Dryopteridaceae Deciduous dwaf form, making a clump of overlapping crisped pinnae with small terminal and side crests.
(Sunset fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from China, Taiwan. A semi-evergreen fern from the Himalayas. Super warm, salmon tones of the newly emerging foliage give colour to the shady garden.
(Japanese wood fern), Family Dryopteraceae, Originating from China, Japan and Taiwan. A unique and elegant evergreen fern with long, slender, arching stems bearing unusual, leathery, glaucous/green, pointed, finger-like leaves.
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(Ostrich fern, Shuttlecock fern), AGM, Family Onocleaceae, Originating from Europe, Asia and N. America. An erect shuttlecock of vibrant, light green fronds up to 1.8m long, emerges in spring, often one of the first ferns to produce new foliage in the garden.
(Sensitive fern, Bead fern), AGM, Family Onocleaceae, Originating from North America and Japan. This extremely handsome, deciduous fern, spreads rapidly from creeping rhizomes.
(The royal fern), AGM, Family Osmundaceae, Originating from America, Europe and Asia. This most regal of ferns gains its common name from its being one of the largest and most distinctive European ferns.
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