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Urban Jungle Nursery
Ferns

Ferns

Ferns for sale

(All pot sizes are approximate)


  £7.99  Osmunda regalis - 2Ltr
(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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  £7.99  Pellaea rotundifolia - 2Ltr
(button fern, New Zealand cliff brake), AGM, Family Pteridaceae, Originating from New Zealand. A neat little evergreen fern with leathery, glossy, dark green fronds with red-flushed midribs, rounded pinnae or frond 'leaflets'.
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  £7.49  Polystichum makinoi - 2Ltr
(Makino's Holly Fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from China Buthan Napal Japan. A hardy evergreen clump forming fern with very ornamental fresh green glossy fronds with a scaly tan midrib.
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  £7.49  Polystichum polyblepharum - 2Ltr
(Japanese lace fern, tassel fern), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Japan, S Korea. A tidy, evergreen fern with a lustrous sheen. The fronds emerge in early spring, covered in silver hair-like scales.
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  £7.49  Polystichum setiferum (Divisilobum Group) 'Dahlem' - 2Ltr
(Soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae , Originating from Europe. Shuttlecocks of soft, lance-shaped, almost erect fronds with bristle-toothed pinnae.
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  £7.99  Polystichum setiferum (Divisilobum Group) 'Divisilobum Densum' - 3Ltr
(soft shield fern 'Divisilobum Densum'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. Spreading fern that may stay evergreen in mild winters. Soft, arching tri-pinnate, dark green fronds with overlapping pinnae.
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  £7.99  Polystichum setiferum (Divisilobum Group) 'Herrenhausen' - 2Ltr
(Soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. Evergreen fern with soft spreading dark green fronds up to 120cm long arranged in shuttlecocks.
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  £7.49  Polystichum setiferum (Divisilobum Group) 'Proliferum' - 2Ltr
(Mother Shield Fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from South East Australia. Grows in to colonies from little plantlets at the tips of the handsome, dark green fronds.
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  £7.49  Polystichum setiferum - 2Ltr
(Soft shield fern), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Britain and Europe. Evergreen fern with shuttlecocks of soft, willowy bright green fronds, with central stalks covered in warm brown hair-like scales.
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  £7.49  Polystichum setiferum Congestum Group - 2Ltr
(soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. A beautiful slow growing clump forming dwarf semi evergreen fern. Dense dark green upright fronds form soft feathery mounds of foliage.
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  £7.49  Polystichum setiferum Plumosomultilobum Group - 2Ltr
(Soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from S, W & C Europe . A magnificent evergreen fern with a shuttlecock of dark green, frothy fronds, which gently arch and are composed of overlapping pinnae (leaflets).
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  £7.49  Polystichum tsussimense - 2Ltr
(syn. Aspidium tsussimense, Korean rock fern), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from East Asia. A dainty tufted evergreen fern with glossy green fronds and contrasting black scales on the base. Ideal for rockeries and shady borders.
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  £7.99  Woodwardia fimbriata - 3Ltr
(giant chain fern), AGM, Family Blechnaceae, Originating from W N America. Native to the Redwood forests of the western states of North America this statuesque fern has large rosettes of arching, triangular, apple green fronds that can grow up to 2m in length.
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