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Garden Ferns

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Athyrium niponicum var. pictum 'Ursula's Red'

Athyrium 'Ursula's Red', also known as the Japanese painted fern, has dark red stems and foliage that merges from black to green and white. Ferns make a great addition to the garden, with their architectural forms and gently uncurling fronds. They will thrive in a…  More Info

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Shuttlecock Fern

…awarded an RHS AGM, the shuttlecock fern makes a fabulous architectural addition to borders, woodland gardens and the edges of ponds. Growing best in moist shady areas, this large fern, also known as the ostrich fern, is superb for tricky damp areas of…  More Info

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Athyrium niponicum var. pictum 'Burgundy Lace'

…paler tones becoming more pronounced with maturity. This elegant fern is has a graceful arching habit, forming a compact clump that requires virtually no maintenance once established. Perfect for brightening up shaded areas of the garden such as woodlands and damp…  More Info

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Dryopteris 'Jurassic Gold'

fern produces bronze-pink new growth in spring, which colours to vibrant golden-green throughout the summer. The architectural fronds arch gently as they grow, creating superb ground cover for woodland areas and shaded borders. Perfect for adding colour and texture to a dark…  More Info

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Athyrium niponicum var. pictum 'Lady In Red'

…has striking red stems and green foliage. It would be a useful addition to any fairly shaded garden where it will thrive, showing off its architectural form and gently uncurling fronds. This hardy fern is bound to create interest for all who see it. Height: 90cm (36).…  More Info

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Tree Fern

The Australian Tree Fern makes an extraordinary sight! Long, finely cut fronds of up to 1.5m (5?) unfurl from the crown in a truly magnificent display that adds drama to damp, shaded areas of the garden. Native to Australia, Dicksonia antarctica is hardy to around -5'C (23'F)…  More Info

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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

…of Garden Merit (AGM). This bold and beautiful Hosta has huge, deeply corrugated deep green leaves which make a good backdrop for tall stems bearing pale lilac flowers which appear in July. This is the Hosta for a shady courtyard or border, where it makes a bold statement.…  More Info

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Dicentra spectablis (Large Plant)

…spectabilis are held above finely cut, fern-like foliage with an elegance that is hard to match. A stunning addition to spring borders, cottage gardens and woodlands. Height: 120 cm (48). Spread: 45cm (18). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size…  More Info

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Australian Tree Fern

The Australian Tree Fern makes an extraordinary sight! Long, finely cut fronds of up to 1.5m (5?) unfurl from the crown in a truly magnificent display that adds drama to damp, shaded areas of the garden. Native to Australia, Dicksonia antarctica is hardy to around -5'C (23'F)…  More Info

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Ericaceous Compost

A garden essential for acid-loving plants! Camellias, Blueberries, and Rhododendrons, to name but a few, will all thank you for this compost when you pot them up. Ericaceous compost has a low, acid pH which allows acid-loving plants to absorb iron and other nutrients properly. In…  More Info

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Rodgersia aesculifolia

…plant suitable for the edge of garden ponds, and damp waterlogged borders. It has Horse Chestnut like leaves, with 2 foot stems emerging from them with small star-shaped pink flowers in large conical panicles in summer. It looks great planted alongside Hostas and Ferns.<…  More Info

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