We only offer a few varieties of Fern and a few varieties of Hosta and as both like to grow in shady or semi-shady locations we have decided to list them together.
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Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
White lily like flowers appear over heart-shaped foliage.
New skeletal backbone-like fronds are initially flushed bronze before turning a glossy gleaming green.
Hailing from Mexico this is an unusual evergreen fern that is adapted to sheltered, sunny to part shaded sites and free draining, neutral to acidic soil.
The Black Wood fern is so-called because of the dark, almost black scales covering the black leaf bases and crown. This, when contrasted with the bright green fronds, makes the plants extremely...
A semi-evergreen fern, often with attractive coppery-pink fronds when young and pink spore-heaps. As the fronds age they turn dark green.
Dryopteris is commonly known as the Male Fern, 'Linearis Polydactyla' has an upright, shuttle-cock like appearance and a clump forming habit. The tall green arching fronds are very narrowly divided ..
Commonly known as Asian wood fern, Dryopteris sieboldii has distinctive leathery green pinnate fronds with large undivided leaflets. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen depending on how sheltered the...
Commonly known as an Alpine Wood Fern, Dryopteris wallichiana is native to North East Asia. Fantastic lance-shaped bipinnatifid fronds which are evergreen.
This dwarf variety has broad lance-shaped variegated leaves green, yellow and cream in colour