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Dicksonia antarctica or the Tasmanian Tree Fern is perhaps the best known of all the tree ferns and possibly the toughest. It is easily recognised by its thick, soft brown trunk and graceful arching dark green fronds. In milder areas where the frosts are only light, it will keep its fronds all year round and with a new set produced each year can look quite spectacular. In colder areas it will have to be wrapped or at the very least, place a handful of straw in the crown to protect the new fronds. An amazing plant with nothing else quite like it!
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Hart's Tongue Fern
Hart's Tongue Fern. A hardy, British-native, evergreen fern with shuttlecock-like crowns of bright, glossy green, often waved, fronds, heart-shaped at the base. Height 45-70cm. Spread 60cm. Plant in semi/full shade, moist fertile soil....
Tasmanian Tree Fern, Soft tree fern, Australian tree fern
Dicksonia antarctica or the Tasmanian Tree Fern is perhaps the best known of all the tree ferns and possibly the toughest. It is easily recognised by its thick, soft brown trunk and graceful arching dark green fronds. In milder areas where the frosts...
Dryopteris affinis Cristata The King
scaly male fern 'Cristata'
King of Ferns. A handsome, evergreen fern with crested, arched fronds twisted at the tips. Height 90cm. Spread 90cm. Hardy, semi evergreen, plant in a sheltered site. Does best in moist soil in full or partial shade. RHS Award of Garden Merit...
Japanese Tassel Fern
Polystichum polyblepharum or Japanese Tassel Fern. An attractive, evergreen fern with shuttlecocks of shiny, dark green fronds. The newly emerging croziers will be covered in scales, and as they develop, fold backwards to create lovely 'tassels'. Eve...