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'Shade Ferns'

10 products, 3 blogs

Pachysandra terminalis 'Variegata'

1 Review

Japanese Spurge is a useful ground cover plant, thriving in those difficult shaded areas on almost any soil. If the emerald green foliage of the species is too oppressive then add a splash of colour with this light reflecting variegated form.  More Info

  • Sun shade: dappled shade
  • Grows in: Borders
  • Flower Colour: White
  • Longevity: Perennial

Just£12.99

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Athyrium niponicum var. pictum 'Burgundy Lace'

4 Reviews

The feathery fronds of this elegant fern emerge a rich burgundy colour in spring. Each frond delicately unfurls to create a lovely arching shape. As the foliage matures, it transforms to shimmering silver-green, but retains the dramatic purple midrib.  More Info

  • Sun shade: dappled shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Perennial

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Cosmos sulphureus 'Polidor'

8 Reviews

A bright, striking mixture of orange and lemon shades. The semi-double flowers, of medium size, are borne on bushy plants of fresh, fern-like foliage. Earlier to bloom than many other Cosmos  More Info

  • Sun shade: Full sun
  • Grows in: Borders
  • Flower Colour: Mixed
  • Longevity: Annual

Just£2.99

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Fern Hardy Collection

0 Reviews
  • Sun shade: sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Containers

  • Longevity: Perennial

Just£17.99

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Dryopteris wallichiana 'Jurassic Gold'

10 Reviews

Since its introduction in 2018, this British bred fern has really grabbed the spotlight. The new fronds emerge in a lovely rose-bronze shade in spring, maturing to bright golden yellow and green as the summer progresses.  More Info

  • Sun shade: dappled shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Perennial

2 Options From£11.99

by the end of october 2020

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Australian Tree Fern

7 Reviews

This stunningly attractive ornamental fern adds an exotic flavour to shady and damp parts of the garden. Native to Tasmania and south eastern Australia it is hardy to around -5°C (23°F) and thrives in the relatively wet climate of the UK. Slow growing to a…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Dappled shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Perennial

7 Options From£29.99

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Rhamnus frangula 'Aspleniifolia'

40 Reviews

Rhamnus frangula 'Aspleniifolia' is a slow-growing shrub, noted for its striking foliage. Its leaves are slender, and almost fern-like in appearance ? bright green in spring and summer, turning to lovely shades of red, bronze and gold in autumn. Alder Buckthorn…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders
  • Flower Colour: Cream
  • Longevity: Shrub

2 Options From£20.49

within 14 days

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Matteuccia struthiopteris

6 Reviews

It's easy to see why this fern holds an RHS AGM! Handsome, upright fronds of up to 1.5m (59), with gently drooping tips give Matteuccia struthiopteris its common name of Shuttlecock Fern.  More Info

  • Sun shade: dappled shade
  • Grows in: Borders

  • Longevity: Perennial

3 Options From£9.99

by the end of november 2020

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Dryopteris erythrosora

0 Reviews

This semi-evergreen fern produces airy, coppery-pink fronds that mature to light green as they grow. The elegant foliage makes forms a neat clump that makes beautiful ground cover when planted en masse in woodland areas.  More Info

  • Sun shade: sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Containers

  • Longevity: Perennial

2 Options From£9.99

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Polystichum proliferum

0 Reviews

Polystichum proliferum is an Australian native fern with the ability to create wondrous colonies! When a frond touches the soil, or a bud drops from its arching leaves, a new plant will spring up.  More Info

  • Sun shade: sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Containers

  • Longevity: Perennial

2 Options From£9.99

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