• Orignated from Korea, China and Japan.  Beautiful for any garden in the ground on in a pot
  • Adiantum aleuticum is very similar to A. pedatum but noticeably different when compared together. Adiantum aleuticum is native to the western half of North America and East Asia. It is a very hardy fern, and, despite its delicate appearance, very tough. 'Imbricatum' is a dwarf selection with green to blue-green foliage and purple wiry rachis. This variety forms a dense clump and is very easy to establish in good humus-rich, moist soil in shade.
  • Fronds pedately divided, pink when young but maturing to very dark green, grows to height of 12”, plant in a sheltered position
  • Attractive charcoal black stems hold pale green leaflets creating fronds 16 cm tall. Eventually increases to form a colony.
  • Adiantum is a deciduous or evergreen fern with shiny black stalks bearing simple or more usually pinnately divided fronds, the segments fan-shaped, oblong or rounded, carrying spores under reflexed marginal flaps
  • A very pretty clump forming, deciduous fern with delicate, finger like fronds from thin black stem.
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    Adiantum can be deciduous or evergreen ferns with shiny black stalks bearing simple or more usually pinnately divided fronds, the segments fan-shaped, oblong or rounded, carrying spores under reflexed marginal flaps
  • Young fronds are pink, becoming dark green with age.  Grow in partial shade or shade, avoid very wet or dry soil, deciduous or semi evergreen in sheltered spot.
  • Agapanthus are semi-evergreen and flowers July to September. Likes full sun, fertile, moist well-drained soil. In colder regions or more exposed gardens, the Agapanthus may lose some of its leaves in winter but fresh new growth will appear again in spring. Semi-hardy
  • These alocasias have dark green, arrow leaves and are significantly easier to look after than some of their family. Their thick woody trunks enable them to store water for longer periods of time, making them fairly drought tolerant. Likes light areas but not in direct sunlight. Water regularly but not too much,  let the top soil dry out before watering, they do not like to be overwatered.
  • Arachniodes davalliaeformis Arachniodes davalliaeformis
    A distinctive and beautiful fern, forms stiff, shiny, almost plastic-like fronds. Evergreen
  • A fern with dark green, glossy fronds with a distinct yellow variegation.
  • The Upside Down Fern has very attractive foliage, large growing in a moist position or a container.
  • A little evergreen fern with long narrow, dark green fronds. The fern forms a low narrow mound, suited to rock gardens or edging in a woodland garden.
  • Asplenium scolopendrium, known as hart's-tongue or hart's-tongue fern is a fern in the genus Asplenium, of the Northern Hemisphere
  • These ferns are naturally found in woodland settings, so they will do best in shade or dappled shade.  Asplenium's will also grow in tight nooks and crannies and they are useful for planting on banks and slopes in an alkaline to neutral soil.   Totally hardy and evergreen
  • The Narrow Hart's Tongue fern differs from the plain species, unsurprisingly, by having narrower leaves but also with an undulating margin giving an extremely attractive rippling effect to the plant as a whole. It is also a touch smaller than the species when mature, tolerant and a must for fern collectors.
  • The Hart's Tongue Fern is an excellent plant for a difficult corner of the garden; and is one of very few plants that will genuinely thrive in deep shade. Height and Spread: 45cm
  • Asplenium scolopendrium 'Undulatum' is also known as the undulating harts tongue fern . This evergreen, hardy fern forms an attractive rosette of rich green fronds, all of which have an intriguing and slightly haphazard appearance, with undulating margins.
  • This is a compact evergreen fern forming a rosette of blackish-stemmed, pinnate fronds with small, rounded or oblong segments, well-suited to planting in a dry walls.

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