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Not totally dry, but recommended for dry shady areas that might only get a little rainfall, Excellent planted near walls or dry tree stumps. 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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Dryopteris Affinis Crispa Congesta-9 cm pot
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Dryopteris Affinis Cristata Angustata-9 cm pots
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Phyllitis scolopendrium Angustifolia 9 cm pot
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Phyllitis Scolopendrium-9 cm pots
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Polypodium Vulgare-9 cm pots
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Polystichum Seti-Herrenhausen-9 cm pots
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Polystichum Setiferum Plumosum Densum-9 cm pot
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Polystichum Setiferum Plumosum-9 cm pots
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Polystichum Bevis-9 cm pot
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Polystichum Makinoi-9 cm pots
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