Ferns for sale(All pot sizes are approximate)
(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.
(Irish tatting fern), AGM, Family Woodsiaceae, Originating from Eire. An unusual, deciduous fern with fronds made up of small, lacy, rounded pinnae on either side of the 8in. long midribs.
(painted lady fern, Japanese painted fern), AGM, Family Woodsiaceae, Originating from NE Asia. This choice deciduous fern has long, arching fronds with zones of burgundy, dark green, silver and grey, as if painted by an artist's hand.
(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.
(Fortune's Cyrtomium), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Temperate Asia. Very distinctive evergreen fern with fronds that contrast well with more feathery species.
(Japanese Holly Fern, Fortune's Holly fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Temperate Asia. Evergreen fern with a spreading habit, glossy holly-like fronds of segmented leaves.
(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.
(syn. Cristata The King, Golden male fern), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe to Himalayas. An extremely handsome fern producing a shuttlecock of long, arching fronds up to 1.2m in length. These emerge pale green as they unfurl in spring.
(scaly male fern 'Cristata Angustata'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Mediterranean. Semi-evergreen fern with rosettes of arching, very narrow fronds, crested at the tips of the pinnae and 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.
(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 '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.
(male fern 'Crispa Cristata'), AGM, Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe and N.America. Semi-evergreen fern, the bright green, erect to arching, fronds are crested at the tips and have ruffled edges.
(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.
(syn. Polypodium vulgare 'Bifidomultifidum', Crested Polypodium, Adder's fern), Family Polypodiaceae, Originating from Great Britain. An easily grown clump forming deciduous fern with deeply divided leathery and crested fronds.
Family Polypodiaceae, Originating from Europe and E. Asia. Evergreen fern with long broad, upswept fronds. Forms a dense patch from creeping underground rhizomes.
(Christmas fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from E North America. Evergreen fern forming a medium-sized clump of dark-green, leathery fronds. Called the Christmas Fern as its fronds where used as decorations at Christmas.
(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.
(Soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae , Originating from Europe. Shuttlecocks of soft, lance-shaped, almost erect fronds with bristle-toothed pinnae.
(Soft shield fern), Family Dryopteridaceae, Originating from Europe. Evergreen fern with soft spreading dark green fronds up to 120cm long arranged in shuttlecocks.
(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.
(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.
(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.
(syn. Polystichum setiferum 'Plumo-Densum' , 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 (leaf
(Australian Jungle Brake Fern), Family Pteridaceae, Originating from Australia. A fast growing evergreen fern, native to the rainforests of Australia where it forms large colonies, its narrow finger like fronds resemble bamboo.
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