A low growing fern with dark green leathery fronds, deeply divided and crested. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain
Golden green triangular fronds with a slightly ruffled appearance. Semi-evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain
A tall pale green fern with triangular fronds on slender stems, slowly spreading with underground rhizomes.Will provide effective ground cover with constant moisture.
Upright narrow fronds with a slightly ruffled appearance. Fully hardy, semi-evergreen. Origin: Europe
Beautiful triangular fronds emerge coppery-pink, then mature through bronze to glossy green. Evergreen. Fully Hardy. Origin: Japan
Prominent veins on top of the fronds make them look upside down. The light green fronds arch randomly over each other.
Countrys of Origin: Japan, Korea.
A compact form of Lady Fern with broad dark green fronds unusually ruffled and crispy like parsley. Deciduous. Fully hardy Origin: Europe.
A soft finely divided gently spreading fern with mid green fronds that are narrow and crested along their length.
Country of Origin: East Asia.
This deciduous fern is a rich green with wine coloured highlights on the midrib and stems. It creeps about and gives good ground cover.
Low, evergreen mounds of narrow, triangular fronds, slow growing. Fully hardy. Asplenium ebenoides is the naturally occurring hybrid of Asplenium platyneuron and the walking fern Camptosorus rhizophyllus.
Large arching fronds of mid-green emerging from a central crown. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain.
Giant palm like fronds on a fibre coated trunk. Hardy in mild areas of UK. Semi-evergreen. Origin: Australia
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