Provenance matters when it comes to food. At Botanica, we believe that provenance is just as important for plants. If a plant says it is UK grown it is not the same as having UK provenance.
"Many thanks for the delivetry of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today.."Thank you.M Brown
A real delicacy amongst ferns, Adiantum pedatum produces conspicuous black wire like stems bearing beautiful maidenhair-fern like fronds of a most pleasing green.
Also called Phyllitis scolopendrium or The Harts Tongue Fern, lovely evergreen fronds of rich mid-green always look neat and tidy. It is easy to grow and contrasts so well with daintier foliaged subjects.
Lovely wavy and crinkly leaves, a most distinct form
An unusual form with the leaves that are crested at the tips. A relatively easy fern to grow.
An interesting and unusual form collectively known as the 'Undulatum Group'
The Maidenhair Spleenwort. Delightful delicate light green foliage emphasised by the dark black/brown central spine and leaf petioles. A British native
Delightful fresh green lacey foliage distinguishes the 'Lady Fern'. Though a moisture loving species it will quite happily tolerate drier conditions
Very fine lace like fronds, a very attractive and very different form. Originally found growing Co. Wicklow Eire around 1857
As the name suggests this fern has lovely red stems on maturity. The red stems look stunning against the light green fronds.
The Japanese Painted Lady Fern, quite extraordinary leaf fronds of green, pink, cream and all with a silvery metallic sheen. Quite unreal looking
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