"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
A real delicacy amongst ferns, Adiantum pedatum produces conspicuous black wire like stems bearing beautiful maidenhair-fern like fronds of a most pleasing green.
An uncommon fern in cultivation, so named the 'Up-side down fern because the yellow green fronds do look the wrong way round.
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
01728 747 113
Chantry Farm, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk, IP13 0PZ
Opening HoursMonday - Friday: 9.00am to 5.00pmWeekends: 10.30am to 4.00pm
Company Number: 6776569
Home > Ferns