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Our largest category of ferns. Most ferns are suitable for waterside planting but the following are particlarly suited to wetter soils. Ferns only get better every season and deserve a permanant position in any water garden, we recommend planting in odd numbers. Sold in 1 litre, 9 cm and 7 cm solid black pots depending on habit of variety and speed of seasonal growth.
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Athyrium filix-femina Frizalliae-9 cm pots
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Athyrium Filix-Femina Victoriae-9 cm pots
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Athyrium Niponicum Var. Pictum-9 cm pot
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Athyrium Otophorum Var. Okanum-9 cm pot
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Athyrium Vidalii-1 litre pots
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Blechum Penna-marina-9 cm pots
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Cyrtomium Fortunei-9 cm pots
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Doodia Media-9 cm pots

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Dryopteris Affinis Cristata The King-9 cm pot
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Dryopteris Atrata-9 cm pots
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Dryopteris Erythrosora-9 cm pot
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Dryopteris Filix-mas Cristata-9 cm pot
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Dryopteris Sieboldii-9 cm pot
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