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Hardy Ferns

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Dryopteris 'Jurassic Gold'

An acclaimed new variety, introduced from British breeding in 2018. This hardy, semi-evergreen 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…  More Info

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Shuttlecock Fern

A hardy deciduous fern producing elegant lime green fronds which unfurl gracefully in spring, giving the plant a shuttlecock-like appearance. Easy to grow and awarded an RHS AGM, the shuttlecock fern makes a fabulous architectural addition to borders, woodland gardens…  More Info

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Acacia dealbata

…yellow, fluffy ball shaped mimosa flowers. Its fragrant, nectar rich blooms are a big attraction for bees and other insects in spring. This half hardy evergreen makes an ideal specimen plant for containers, or sheltered sunny borders. An excellent focal point for a large…  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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Blechnum brasiliense 'Volcano'

If you like Dicksonia tree ferns but find them too large or expensive, why not try this new alternative? This dwarf Brazilian tree fern has only recently been introduced to the UK and is sure to be the next big thing for the home gardener. The compact plants are ideal for…  More Info

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Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam'

Coreopsis ?Moonbeam', commonly known as tickseed, is a large, hardy perennial, ideal for borders and bedding. Perfect for planting into a wildlife garden, Coreopsis attracts butterflies with its fern-like foliage and clusters of lemon yellow flowers throughout the summer. Excellent…  More Info

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Fern Mix (House Plant)

…a table or shelf in a sunny room, but out of direct sunlight, and they should be kept well watered. The Fern Houseplant Mix comprises three different varities of fern, selected from the ferns available at the time of ordering (so varieties will vary and may be…  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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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

…pale lilac flowers which appear in July. This is the Hosta for a shady courtyard or border, where it makes a bold statement. It looks good with ferns and provides really effective ground cover in areas where many other plants prefer not to grow. Give it shade and moist…  More Info

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Rodgersia aesculifolia

…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. Height: 2m…  More Info

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Acacia dealbata

…yellow, fluffy ball shaped mimosa flowers. Its fragrant, nectar rich blooms are a big attraction for bees and other insects in spring. This half hardy evergreen makes an ideal specimen plant for containers, or sheltered sunny borders. An excellent focal point for a large…  More Info

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