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Red Shield Fern Hardy semi-evergreen fern with copper coloured new fronds emerging in spring and through the growing season.  Fronds grow in tight clumps and turn a shiny dark green and grow to 75cm.  Shade or semi-shade in good quality garden soil.

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Slightly more compact form of the Red-Shield Fern. Happy in shade and moderate shade in moist free-draining soil,  Hardy and semi-evergreen.

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Crested Male Fern Hardy and compact growing, with lime green fronds emerging in early spring.  Fronds very curly and resemble parsley.   Grows in clumps, preferring damp shade in neutral to acid soil.

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Slender Crested Male Fern Hardy deciduous fern forming clumps with large arching fronds of narrow pinnules to 90cm.  Prefers cool moist shade or semi-shade.

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Siebold’s Wood Fern – Slow spreading in dappled woodland shade, with blue shaded, leathery fingered fronds up to 80 cm.  Drought tolerant when it is established and enjoys a warmer site.  New fronds appear through the season.

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Alpine Wood Fern Hardy semi-evergreen fern, with tufts of erect, narrow fronds up to 150cm.  Frond ribs covered in yellow hairs when young, which turn black with age, giving this fern its distinctive look.   Good quality moist garden soil in shade and away from heat in summer.

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Oriental Ostrich Fern Deciduous fern with large open fronds up to 100cm and distinctive fruiting fronds in late spring.  Grow in a sheltered position in cool moist soil. Spreads  slowly.

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Shuttlecock Fern Hardy deciduous fern.  Forms clumps of upright fronds, creating a shuttlecock shaped plant. Moist soils in shade or semi-shade.  Likes space.

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Sensitive Fern

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Interrupted Fern So named because the fertile segments of the fruiting fronds are carried in between lengths of barren frond rib.  Deciduous fern with fronds growing to 150cm in mature plants.  Neutral to acid rich soil in sheltered shade or semi-shade.

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Cinnamon Fern – Large deciduous edible fern with a thick rhizome that occasionally can form a small trunk.  Tall arching graceful fronds appear in spring.  The emerging croziers are collected for food.  Later in the season the spore bearing fronds appear, covered in cinnamon coloured spores.  Fronds can reach 100cm.

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Royal Fern – Forms a clump of tall, arching fronds of bright green divided leaves. New growth is purplish in colour and the stems remain red-shaded. Spores carried on separate fronds.  Ideal for moist to wet soil and will tolerate full sun in cooler situations.  Deciduous, the fronds can grow to 150cm.