| || Asplenium scolopendrium |
'Harts Tongue Fern', strap like fronds, clump forming for sun or part shade. Height 50cms, hardy. Plants are 2-3 years old.
| || Asplenium scolopendrium angustifolium |
Harts tongue fern with 'stag's horn' ends to the fronds. Most situations, dry, sun or shade.
| || Asplenium scolopendrium 'Cristata' |
Hart's tongue fern with wavy edged leaves. Height 45cms.
| || Asplenium trichomanes |
Perennial fern, small with delicate leaves, height 15cms. Ideal for troughs and small crevices. Hardy and good for sun or part shade.
| || Athyrium felia-femina 'Frizelliae' |
A most attractive deciduous fern with circular lobes around the frond giving its name 'Tatting Fern' Very pretty and relatively tolerant of dry conditions although good soil is preferable in some shade.
| || Athyrium niponicum 'Metallicum' |
Deciduous fern requiring, good to moist soil. Silver grey fronds with dark midrib. Plant in shade.
| || Athyrium otophoron 'Okanum' |
Deciduous fern requiring good soil. Plant in shade, height to 45cms. New fronds pale gold darkening to green with age.
| || Blechnum spicant AGM |
Evergreen fronds of dark and light green forming a mat from which spring fronds grow vertically. Frond length to 45cms.
| || Cheilanthus lanosa |
Grey leaved fern with finely dissected leaves. Plant in good soil that does not dry out in
sheltered shade. Height 30cms.
| || Cyrtomium falcatum |
Japanese Holly Fern. Glossy green architectural fronds of dark green when planted in full shade. Will tolerate quite dry shade.
| || Dryopteris carthusiana |
The narrow buckler fern with lance shaped fronds. Can be grown in normal to quite boggy areas.
| || Dryopteris championii |
Excellent semi-evergreen fern for normal to damp areas in parat shade. Hardy.
| || Dryopteris crispa 'Whiteside |
A finely dissected fern suitable for wet or dry.
| || Dryopteris erythrosora |
Rosy Buckler Fern - new fronds are a beautiful bronze. Hieght to 60cms for shade or part sun.
| || Dryopteris erythrosora 'Prolifica |
| || Dryopteris linearis polydactyl |
Finely divided fronds of bright green. Suitable for part shade dry or damp.
| || Dryopteris sieboldii |
Structural fern with spreading leathery fronds. Plant in shade in any soil.
| || Dryopteris wallichiana |
Semi-evergreen fern with stately green fronds with dark midrib. Height to 60cms. Plant in any soil in shade, will tolerate dry conditions.
| || Matteuccia struthopteris |
'Shuttlecock Fern' Arching deciduous fronds to 1.5m. Prefers damp shade.
| || Onoclea sensibilis |
'American Sensitive Fern' Deciduous oak-leaved frons, creeping habit. Prefers damp shade.
| || Osmunda regalis |
Broad lance shaped fronds to 2m. Prefers damp shade.
| || Polystichum makinoi |
Arching shiny dark green fronds. Hardy ideal for most garden situations.
| || Polystichum polyblepharum |
Christmas Fern. This fern looks its best in winter. Glossy green fronds, new fronds are lighter, quite hairy and well divided. Very pretty. Evergreen.
| || Polystichum setiferum 'Plumosum' |
Hardy fern with very finely divided fronds, delicate and full. Height 60cms, happy in part shade. Plants are 2-3 years old.
| || Woodsia obtusa |
Clump forming fern with fine fronds to 30cms. Prefers shade.
| || Woodwardia fimbriata |
One of the largest evergreen ferns that is hardy. Height up to 2 metres, any soil.