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Don't be put off by the seemingly unpronounceable Latin fern names, they can intimidate. This group of ferns are the staple ingredient in many of our planting compositions in the shade, their form contrasting so well with bolder foliage, or to provide rhythm and harmony within the fussier planting of a collectors corner.

Simply scoll through the pages the plants below, click on the genus/cultivar names to see more plants of these types or use our search page to look for something specific.

Ferns POLYPODIUM x mantoniae bifido grandiceps

POLYPODIUM

x mantoniae bifido grandiceps

This is a fern, part of the POLYPODIACEAEA family. An evergreen fern with crests to the frond and pinnae tips, robust if a little late to start into growth in the spring • Plant height: 10ins
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Our ref: 91642

 

Ferns POLYPODIUM vulgare elegantissimum

POLYPODIUM

vulgare elegantissimum

This is a fern, part of the POLYPODIACEAEA family. This fern produces three kinds of fronds normal, finely dissected and very finely dissected fronds, I prefer to remove the normal fronds making the most of the dissected fronds. Growing to 12ins and for moist but free draining humus rich soil
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Our ref: 91643

 

Ferns POLYSTICHUM aculeatum AGM

POLYSTICHUM

aculeatum AGM

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. Hard Shield Fern, leathery evergreen fronds as much as 24 inches long forming a handsome shuttlecock, for full or partial shade
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Ferns POLYSTICHUM braunii

POLYSTICHUM

braunii

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. Evergreen leathery lance shaped fronds, Ordinary soil in part shade • Plant height: 24ins
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Ferns POLYSTICHUM munitum

POLYSTICHUM

munitum

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. Sword Fern. An attractive fern with divided, leathery fronds, tapering at the ends, forming neat shuttlecocks. Ordinary soil in part shade • Plant height: 36ins
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Ferns POLYSTICHUM polyblepharum

POLYSTICHUM

polyblepharum

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. Evergreen leathery lance shaped fronds, Ordinary soil in part shade. • Plant height: 24ins
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Our ref: 91648

 

Ferns POLYSTICHUM setiferum AGM

POLYSTICHUM

setiferum AGM

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. The Soft Shield Fern, forms a mass of finely divided fronds, tolerant of dry soil in shade, growing up 12ins
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Ferns POLYSTICHUM setiferum

POLYSTICHUM

setiferum Ray Smith

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. Tall and narrow fronds, tolerant of dry soil in shade, but prospering in moist humus rich soil • Plant height: 18ins
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Our ref: 91652

 

Ferns POLYSTICHUM setiferum perserratum

POLYSTICHUM

setiferum perserratum

This is a fern, part of the DRYOPTERIDACEAE family. A good architectural plant with long dark green sword like fronds with a feathery appearance due to the deeply serrated pinnules that are elongated to form bristles. Growing to up to 3ft and easy in all but the driest location
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Ferns POLYSTICHUM setiferum Divisilobum

POLYSTICHUM

setiferum Divisilobum Herrenhausen

This is a fern. Shuttlecocks of soft, broad dark green fronds. For shade in humus rich soil • Plant height: 18ins
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