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Hardy and reliable herbaceous fern, which makes an ideal specimen plant.  Distinctive red stems on delicate looking lime green fronds.  A real favourite with us. Easy to grow in good quality, moist well-drained soil.  Best colours seen in semi-shaded site. medium to wet, well-drained soil.

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Victoria Lady Fern – Originates from Scotland in 1861.  Very narrow pinnae on long fronds with drooping tassels of split tips. The deciduous fronds reach 30-60cm and will tolerate conditions from full light to deep shade.

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Japanese Painted Fern Hardy deciduous fern with arching, red veined silver-green fronds up to 45cm.  Colour develops over the first few years.  Makes good colourful ground-cover in shady sites in moist free-draining soil.

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Japanese Painted Fern Hardy herbaceous fern with painted reddish green fronds. Grow in free-draining moist soil in semi to full shade.  Makes good ground cover.

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Japanese Painted Fern Hardy herbaceous fern with often reddish green fronds with a strong silvery sheen. Grow in free-draining moist soil in semi to full shade.  Makes good ground cover.

£7.50

Japanese Painted Fern Hardy herbaceous fern with deep purple-red painted fronds.  The depth of the colour and frond patterning increases with age. Grow in free-draining moist soil in semi to full shade.  Makes good ground cover, and equally good as a specimen planting.

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Eared Lady Fern Very attractive hardy herbaceous painted fern.  Forms a clump of arching pale green fronds with dark red stems up to 80cm, which looks particularly stunning as the fronds first emerge. Moist free-draining humous rich soil in semi-shade.  

Primula sieboldii

Ayasegawa

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Flat blooming, overlap petalled pin.  White flowers with pale pink suffused reverse.  The cultivar name derives from the river in Saitama, central Japan.

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Asiatic Primulas

Beesiana

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Candelabra primula. Early summer flowering. Flower colour range includes purples, lilac, magenta and even salmon, all exhibiting a yellow eye.

Primula sieboldii

Benjamin

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Flat blooming, notch petalled pin. Deep pink flowers with white suffused centre. Deep pink reverse.  A very reliable cultivar, which was raised on our nursery in 2007 and named after one of Penny’s cats (which looked like the Felix cat).

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Sea Pen Evergreen mat-forming, with dark green fronds to 15cm.  Good for moist neutral to acidic soil, in in partial or full shade, but will grow in full sun in damp soil.

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Deer Fern (Hard Fern) Native fern, which establishes well in shady areas in damp, neutral to acidic soil.  Evergreen fern forming neat clumps of long arched comb-like fronds. The tough fronds give the name Hard Fern.