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Polystichum setiferum 'Plumosum Densum'

This hardy evergreen fern lends both handsome structure and texture to shady borders. Polystichum setiferum ‘Plumosum Densum’ forms compact rosettes of triangular leaves arranged in a spreading, shuttlecock habit. The individual leaflets of each frond are finely divided and densely…  More Info

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Dryopteris filix-mas 'Cristata'

…an interesting, crinkly appearance. This vigorous fern forms strong, upright shuttlecocks of emerging fronds in the spring. Plant it in drifts through woodland-type borders. Its fresh green foliage offers a good textural contrast to other ferns and shade-loving plants. Deciduous to semi-evergreen.…  More Info

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Blechnum penna-marina

A beautiful, evergreen, ground-covering fern for moist, acid soils. Blechnum penna-marina slowly forms mats of delicate finger-like fronds that emerge in shades of pink, bronze and red before maturing to fresh green. Lovely paired with the young bronze foliage of Epimedium 'Frohnleiten'. This useful…  More Info

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Dryopteris kuratae

Dryopteris kuratae is a large, hardy evergreen fern from East Asia that offers lush greenery and foliage texture throughout the year. The coiled croziers are distinguished by their black scales, unfurling into glossy green fronds with serrated edges. Easy to grow and hardy to minus 20C. Height: 60 -…  More Info

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Pellaea rotundifolia

…a dainty, evergreen fern with an unusual foliage pattern and an elegant, cascading habit. Fronds up to 25cm long with fine, pink-flushed stems carry pairs of glossy, dark green, leathery leaflets. The ribbons of button-like foliage form low, cascading rosettes. A tender fern, it can be grown outside…  More Info

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De-humidifying House Plant Collection

…the following varieties: * Asplenium nidus - An ideal choice for shadier rooms, north or east-facing windowsills or bathrooms, this tough fern is an undemanding houseplant. Asplenium nidus bears bright green, sword-like fronds with prominent black midribs. Fresh young fronds are continually…  More Info

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Acacia dealbata

Evergreen fern-like foliage makes an attractive foil for clusters of bright 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…  More Info

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Heuchera 'Lime Marmalade'

…be complemented with blue or purple woodland flowers such as Pulmonaria ‘Blue Ensign’ or for foliage contrast, plant some feathery ferns like ‘Fantastic Ursula’s Red’ alongside. For a really stunning contrast, pair it with a dark purple Heuchera, such as Plum Pudding.…  More Info

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Doodia aspera 'Rough Ruby'

We don’t normally associate ferns with colour, but Doodia aspera ‘Rough Ruby’ not only delivers interesting foliage shape and texture but wonderful colour too. In spring, its rough-textured fronds emerge in glowing shades of reddish-pink, making a vibrant background to spring…  More Info

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Brunnera 'Jack Of Diamonds'

…of Diamonds’ makes superb ground cover for a shady border, its enormous leaves provide interest throughout the season and are excellent contrasted with feathery ferns and dark-leaved heucheras. Copes well with challenging sites in dry shade. Height: 45cm (18in). Spread: 75cm (30in).  More Info

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Asplenium trichomanes

A delicate-looking miniature fern that is surprisingly tough. Asplenium trichomanes is a UK native evergreen fern that forms small nests of dainty green fronds with a ladder-like pattern. It is especially good for tucking into wall crevices, paving cracks and rockeries and thrives in dry shade once…  More Info

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Matteuccia orientalis

…of ferns! In spring, Matteuccia orientalis unfurls fresh green, slender fronds that stand erect in the shape of a shuttlecock. They are surrounded by wider, pendulous fronds held on long stems that resemble a spray of ostrich feathers, hence its common name ‘Oriental Ostrich Fern’.  More Info

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Asplenium antiquum

Native to the tropical rainforests of Asia, Asplenium antiquum is the perfect candidate for a steamy bathroom. In the wild, this ephiphytic fern grows on cliffs and trees but it’s equally happy in a pot. It produces rosettes of glossy, spear-shaped fronds in a fresh, apple green which arch…  More Info

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Dryopteris erythrosora var. koidzumiana

Also known as the ‘Rosy Buckler Fern’, Dryopteris erythrosora is prized for the glowing colours of its newly emerging fronds. Dryopteris erythrosora var. koidzumiana is an especially colourful selection, distinguished by its brilliant red fronds that transition to glowing shades of pink,…  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 patio pots and thrive in…  More Info

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Polypodium vulgare

This UK native fern is a frequent sight growing on stone walls. A testament to its resilience and adaptability, this hardy, evergreen fern can grow with or without soil. Polypodium vulgare can be tucked into rock crevices, tied onto moss and attached to tree trunks or grown in deep, moist soils in…  More Info

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Fatsia 'Camouflage'

…interest and will lighten dry, shady corners or can be used as a feature plant in a container. Combine it with more finely textured plants such as ferns for an effective foliage display. Height and spread: 2m (78). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size rather than a…  More Info

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Blechnum spicant

This elegant British native fern is often seen growing on dry stone walls and rocky banks. Blechnum spicant forms neat, evergreen rosettes composed of two different fronds. The outermost part of the rosette bears shining, ladder-like fronds which grow almost parallel to the ground, whilst tall,…  More Info

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Cyrtomium fortunei

Hardy ferns make some of the best foliage plants for their understated elegance and beauty. The winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit, Cyrtomium fortunei produces upright 'shuttlecocks' of light green leathery fronds with contrasting black stems. Highly reliable and very easy to grow, this…  More Info

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Ligularia przewalskii

…It’s a spectacular plant for moist, shady areas, pond sides or bog gardens where its foliage alone provides a dramatic partner to hostas and ferns. Its midsummer to autumn flowering is really useful in these shady spots, which tend to be dominated by spring flowering plants and often lack…  More Info

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Dryopteris lepidopoda

Dryopteris lepidopoda is a fern with a surprise! It provides not just greenery, but a gorgeous range of sunset tones to light up shady borders. This hardy fern is semi-evergreen, so it is excellent for all-season weed-supressing ground cover, colour and interest. In spring, the young fronds emerge…  More Info

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Pteris umbrosa

A fern which comes from the jungle - Pteris umbrosa has a distinctive, tropical appearance. Originating in the rainforests of Australia, Pteris umbrosa is an exceptionally elegant species with bright green, ribbon-like fronds held on slim stems, creating a cascade of airy foliage. This half hardy,…  More Info

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Dryopteris filix-mas

…in bright acid green are especially fabulous in spring. Dryopteris filix-mas or ‘Male Fern’ is a vigorous fern, native to the UK. It is particularly useful for being one of the few ferns that are tolerant of dry shade. Low maintenance and easy to grow, once well established it will…  More Info

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Actiniopteris australis

This small tropical fern is a miniature beauty. Flat, fan-shaped fronds look like tiny palm leaves and have earned it the nickname, Eyelash Fern. Actiniopteris australis prefers a warm and humid environment and remains small and compact. This exquisite houseplant makes a lovely foliage specimen for…  More Info

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Asparagus setaceus Plumosus

It?s hard to resist the urge to touch the delicate fronds of this graceful Asparagus Fern! The slender stems are shrouded in the finest foliage that gives it a soft, fluffy appearance, but take care as they can develop thorns over time. Asparagus setaceus is instantly alluring, adding a calm and…  More Info

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Arachniodes aristata 'Variegata'

An exceptionally handsome evergreen fern. Arachniodes aristata ‘Variegata’ sports thick, slightly glossy fronds adorned with a lime-green stripe along the midrib. Planted in groups it makes beautiful groundcover for shady spots, associating well with other shade-loving perennials such as…  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) and thrives in the…  More Info

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Asplenium nidus

An ideal choice for shadier rooms, north or east facing windowsills or bathrooms, this tough fern is an undemanding houseplant. Asplenium nidus bears bright green, sword-like fronds with prominent black midribs. Fresh young fronds are continually produced from the basal rosette, replacing older…  More Info

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Dryopteris atrata

…fronds with black, scaly stems. Dryopteris atrata is perfect for a woodland border or shady patio pot, even coping with full shade. A relatively large fern it forms a robust clump making a handsome structural plant that provides lush, green foliage in dark corners. Semi-evergreen. Height and spread:…  More Info

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Primula denticulata 'Red'

…or at the front of borders, even in full sun so long as the soil is moist. Vivid magenta flowers with a yellow eye are produced in tight, pom-pom-like globes on upright stems from April to June, which blend beautifully with ferns, hostas and other shade plants. Height and spread: 30cm (12in).  More Info

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Microsorum diversifolium

Originating from Australia, this handsome fern will slowly start to produce cord-like rhizomes that are studded with a mixture of lustrous green fronds. These new fronds will vary in shape and size (from quite small and simple, to more intricate and deeply lobed), but they all share a softly ruffled…  More Info

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Nurseryman's Choice Indoor Fern Mix

Ferns are fabulous for creating an exuberant indoor foliage display, offering a variety of interesting textures and foliage shapes. We’ve carefully selected this mix to exploit their best qualities, creating an instantly satisfying display which is ideal for shadier rooms. Contrast them with…  More Info

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Astilbe chinensis var. pumilla

This dwarf Astilbe is one of the best varieties, providing late summer colour in moist sites and even growing happily as a marginal in a pond or stream where its feet remain permanently wet. Astilbe chinensis var. pumilla produces compact clumps of fern-like, deeply cut foliage which make a handsome…  More Info

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Phlebodium aureum 'Blue Star'

Phlebodium aureum 'Blue Star' is one of the easiest houseplant ferns to grow yet is a real stunner! This fantastically funky fern first produces long, tongue-shaped leaves when young, going on to produce large, deeply lobed fronds once mature. This rainforest native is ideal for humid rooms such as…  More Info

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Dryopteris affinis 'Cristata'

Hardy ferns make some of the best foliage plants for their understated elegance and beauty. The winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit, Dryopteris affinis 'Cristata' is a handsome fern producing tall fronds with intricately branched tips. Highly reliable and very easy to grow, this top-performing…  More Info

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Phlebodium aureum 'Davana'

…green with a powdery blue tinge, spill over the sides of the pot or hanging planter. This rainforest native is ideal for humid rooms such as the bathroom or kitchen, in a bright spot away from direct sunlight. Blue Star fern is safe for pets and children. Height: 35cm (14in). Spread: 45cm (18in).  More Info

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Platycerium bifurcatum

Platycerium bifurcatum is a weird but wonderful fern with amazing antler-shaped leaves. This unique and fascinating houseplant makes a magnificent hanging or wall-mounted specimen for a bright spot out of direct sunlight. The fronds are flat, with mature fronds highly forked and able to grow to an…  More Info

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Dryopteris sieboldii

A dainty evergreen fern with flat, leathery leaves of a blue/green shade that are distinct from the feathery fronds of other Dryopteris. Useful for creeping over rocks and woodland edges and provides an effective textural contrast to other varieties as part of a fern collection. Looks lovely with…  More Info

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Pteris cretica var albolineata

…albolineata is a truly stunning fern whose wavy-edged, glossy green leaves boast a bold white central stripe. The finger-like leaves are held in palm-like clusters. An RHS Award of Garden Merit winner, the Cretan Brake Fern is one of the easiest indoor ferns to grow. Height: 60cm (24in). Spread:…  More Info

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Green Houseplant Starter Mix

…thrive in a wide range of conditions. Featuring a variety of foliage shapes, textures and colours they?ll create an instant display of calming tropical foliage. The mix can include but is not limited to: Coleus, Asparagus Fern, Tradescantia, Ficus, Chinese Money Plant, Dieffenbachia and many more.  More Info

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Tree Fern Feed

Tree fern feed will help to encourage vigorous growth in all ferns. During the growing season, as the fronds start to unfurl, feed weekly into the top of your tree fern. This feed can be used on all types of ferns, whether planted in containers or directly into the ground. N P K 6 : 1.5 : 3 with…  More Info

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Fern 'Fantastic Ghost'

The architectural shapes of ferns make a beautiful addition to any partially shaded area in the garden. Athyrium ?Ghost? is no exception, with its soft, grey-green foliage it will reward you with interest, creating beautiful forms as its fronds unfurl into fresh, new growth. Height and spread: 60cm…  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) and thrives in the…  More Info

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Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae'

…of Ferns, Athyrium filix-femina ‘Victoriae’ is an exceptional form of Lady Fern. Fresh green fronds rise up in an elegant shuttle-cock form. Each frond carries slender leaflets in a skeletal pattern, with the tip of each individual leaflet adorned with a lacy crest. This deciduous fern  More Info

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Platycerium veitchii 'Braam'

…fuzzy silver leaves, Platycerium veitchii 'Braam' is an unusual and exotic indoor fern. The strap-like leaves are forked when mature, resembling a stag's antlers. Native to southeast Australia, silver staghorn fern makes a spectacular specimen and is a great air-purifying houseplant, filtering out…  More Info

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Asparagus 'Guelph Eclipse'

…Eclipse’ performs best in cool areas and so is well suited to the UK climate. High yields from the first years of harvest with spears of medium-large thickness. This vigorous hybrid produces strong ferns that tolerate poor weather conditions. Height: 90cm (35in). Spread: 60cm (24in).  More Info

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Matteuccia struthiopteris

…Easy to grow and 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 the garden and is incredibly…  More Info

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Dryopteris Affinis

…can grow its fronds up to 1m (39) tall. Each will be a bright yellow-green colour when young before turning to a deeper rich green as they mature. Ferns make fantastic houseplants and are perfect for growing in kitchens or bathrooms where the air tends to be more humid. This hardy plant can also be…  More Info

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Athyrium minimum

…rare dwarf lady fern from Far East is a collector’s gem. Athyrium minimum is a deciduous fern with extremely finely divided fronds held on red stems (or rachises). The intricate, lacy fronds droop down gracefully from small, neat clumps. A gorgeous little specimen for a fern collection or…  More Info

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Athyrium filix-femina

Also known as ‘Lady Fern’, Athyrium filix-femina is a UK native, deciduous fern with much more refined looks than the commoner ‘Male Fern’. It has been recognised with an RHS Award of Garden Merit. Fresh green crosiers unfurl into lacy, ladder-like foliage held gracefully in…  More Info

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Microsorum Plant on Lava Rock in a Tray (Lova plant)

Microsorum is a creeping fern, native to Australia and New Zealand. The glossy fronds emerge from spreading, hairy rhizhomes. Grown upon porous Lava Rock, this Kangaroo Fern absorbs water and nutrients directly from the stone. It?s exposed roots and handsome wavy fronds make this unusual house plant…  More Info

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Athyrium otophorum var. 'Okanum'

A handsome, award-winning deciduous fern. Athyrium otophorum var. Okanum bears pale yellow-green, glowing fronds that contrast beautifully with maroon stalks and midribs. Its light green foliage is ideal for illuminating a moist border in full shade, planted in groups as groundcover, or as single…  More Info

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Zamioculcas zamiifolia

A very low maintenance and versatile variety that has rigid, silky, evergreen foliage and a neat habit. Zamioculcas zamiifolia is the perfect choice for inexperienced growers due to its ability to thrive even when neglected, and looks fantastic in a modern space. Height and spread: 90cm (36). Please…  More Info

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Mini Jungle Mix in Decorative Croco Pots

…shapes, colours and textures. (Please note: pot design may vary) As this is a lucky dip collection, your order may include (but is not limited to) any of the following varieties and will be chosen upon the picking of your order: Asparagus fern Bamboo Palm Heart Fern Nolina recurvata Star Fern  More Info

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Pteris nipponica

A dainty and unusual fern for indoors or out. Pteris nipponica is a compact, deciduous fern with slender stems and finger-like fronds, each one adorned with wavy edges and a creamy-white central stripe. Pteris nipponica has a graceful, creeping habit, making it perfect for cascading over a border…  More Info

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Humata tyermannii

…beautiful fern that makes an elegant houseplant for a bright spot away from direct sunlight. Delicate, deeply dissected dark green fronds are held on wiry stems above the rhizome, whose tactile furry 'feet' curl intriguingly over the side of the pot. Perfect for the bathroom, Bear's Paw Fern loves…  More Info

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Ericaceous Compost

…compost provides the perfect low pH conditions for excellent root development and strong, healthy growth of all acid-loving plants including: Ferns Blechnum Fruits Blueberry Cranberry Lemon Lime Lingonberry Orange Raspberry Perennials Cornus canadensis Japanese Iris (Iris ensata) Lily of The…  More Info

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Heuchera 'Marmalade'

…colour can be complemented with blue or purple woodland flowers such as Pulmonaria ?Blue Ensign? or for foliage contrast, plant some feathery ferns like ?Fantastic Ursula?s Red? alongside. 'For a really stunning contrast, pair it with a dark purple Heuchera, such as Plum Pudding. ?Lime Marmalade?…  More Info

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Asparagus 'Guelph Equinox'

…Equinox’ produces heavy yields of high-quality, very uniform spears of medium diameter. The spears are early to emerge and if grown under protection will be even earlier. Spear tips remain tight even in warm weather. Excellent fern vigour and health. Height: 90cm (35in). Spread: 60cm (24in).  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 conditions and it will reward…  More Info

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