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£5.00

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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Deep burgundy coloured fronds.  Grows to around 45cm tall and will clump slowly.  Moist free draining soil.  Better colours in reasonable levels of shade but will tolerate sun if it does not dry out.

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Japanese painted fern with dark shaded fronds topped with silvery pewter colours.  Height to 45cm and will clump slowly.  Grows best in full to moderate shade.  Hardy.

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Japanese Painted Fern.  Fronds with dark green background and silvery white foreground patterning.  Grows to 45cm tall and will clump slowly.  Grows best in moderate to deep shade in moist free-draining soil.  Hardy.

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Japanese Painted Fern Hardy deciduous fern with arching, metallic 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 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.  

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Very attractive Japanese fern with mahogany ribbed, deep olive green fronds growing up to 45 cm.  Moist free-draining soil in moderate to deep shade.  Deciduous and hardy.  Makes a very good specimen plant and does well in a pot.

Primula sieboldii

Ayasegawa

£7.00

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

£4.00

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

Primula sieboldii

Benjamin

£7.00

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).