Architectural plumes of mid-green fronds from a central crown. Slowly spreads by underground runners. Deciduous. Fully hardy. Origin: Europe
Upright narrow fronds with a slightly ruffled appearance. Fully hardy, semi-evergreen. Origin: Europe
Slightly arching foliage, the new growth emerges bright green in spring and then darkens with age. Fully hardy. Semi-evergreen. Origin: Northern /Asia
Glassy red stems contrast pleasantly with the lime green foliage. The colour on this deciduous form improves with age and does not display it's beauty until it has been through a cold winter, hardy.
Soft dark green fronds, with a slight twist as they form a dense clump. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Central Europe
This deciduous fern is a rich green with wine coloured highlights on the midrib and stems. It creeps about and gives good ground cover.
A soft finely divided gently spreading fern with mid green fronds that have a slightly hairy appearance.
Country of Origin: East Asia
Young fronds emerge pinky-bronze, maturing to dark glossy green, finely divided and quite leathery. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Japan
The Silver Sabre fern is a hardy, evergreen and produces a crown of dark green, glossy fronds.
This hybrid fern combines the height and strenth of one parent with the silver-green shimmer of the other, and is deeply crested all along the fronds.
Soft lacy mid-green fronds, arching from a central crown. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: North America, Europe
A low growing fern with dark green leathery fronds, deeply divided. Evergreen. Fully hardy. Origin: Great Britain
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