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Asiatic Primulas

Beesiana

£4.00

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

£5.00

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.

£5.00

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

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Asiatic Primulas

Bulleyana

£4.00

Candelabra primula. Early summer flowering. Whorls of vivid orange flowers

£5.00

Scaly Male Fern – Very short growing evergreen fern.  Forms clumps of intricately waved small fronds.  Damp and shaded sites.  Probably more correctly known as “Crispa Gracilis”.    

£5.00

Rich green congested fronds.  Moist free-draining soil in the range from sun to full shade.

£5.00

Golden Scaled Male Fern Hardy and reliable semi-evergreen fern forming medium to large clumps of deep green fronds up to 125cm long.  Plant in moist, shady soil.

£5.00

Hardy, semi-evergreen with arching wide flat fronds that split into fingers at the ends (hence the name “Polydactyla”).

£5.00

Broad Buckler Fern Hardy semi-evergreen with toothed and crispy fronds growing in bushy clumps to 60cm tall.  Easy in good garden soils in full or partial shade.

£5.00

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.

£5.00

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

£5.00

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.