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Dryopteris wallichiana

 



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Marwood Hill Gardens Large range of unusual trees & shrubs. Eucalyptus, alpines, Camellia, Astilbe, bog plants & perennials. Nat. Collections of Astilbe, Tulbaghia & Iris ensata.

Mason Hollow Nursery Evergreens

Moor Monkton Nurseries Bamboos, palms, ferns, unusual trees, shrubs & perennials.

Paddock Plants Family-run nursery offering interesting range of perennials, grasses, ferns & shrubs, incl. some more unusual varieties. Some varieties grown in small quantities.

Pan-Global Plants A plantsman's nursery offering a very wide selection of rare & desirable trees, shrubs, herbaceous, bamboos, exotics, climbers, ferns etc. Specialities incl. Magnolia, Hydrangea, Bamboo & Agavaceae.

Pan-Global Plants A plantsman's nursery offering a very wide selection of rare & desirable trees, shrubs, herbaceous, bamboos, exotics, climbers, ferns etc. Specialities incl. Magnolia, Hydrangea, Bamboo & Agavaceae.

Pantyfod Garden Nursery Hardy geraniums, unusual hardy perennials, black plants, woodland plants, plants for moist soil, all grown largely peat-free. Many plants available in small quantities. Stock changes throughout the year. See website for regular updates or

Penlan Perennials Aquatic, marginal & bog plants. Shade-loving & woodland perennials, ferns, grasses & hardy geraniums, all grown peat-free.

Properplants.com Wide range of unusual & easy herbaceous perennials, esp. of South African origin. Ferns & grasses. Less common herbs.

Rumsey Gardens Wide general range. Herbaceous, alpines, heathers & ferns. Nat. & International Collection of Cotoneaster.

Sunny Border Nurseries, Inc. Daylilies

The Beth Chatto Gardens Ltd Predominantly herbaceous. Many unusual for special situations.

The Fern Nursery Ferns. Display garden.

The Place for Plants Wide range of specialist & popular plants. Nat. Collection of Deciduous Euonymus. 20 acre mature garden with free access to RHS members during season.

The Plantsman's Preference Hardy geraniums & ornamental grasses. Unusual & interesting perennials incl. shade/woodland. Some choice shrubs esp. Caprifoliaceae. Nat. Collection of Molinia.

The Potted Garden Nursery

The Vicarage Garden Herbaceous, alpines, grasses, ferns.

Walnut Tree Garden Nursery

Westcountry Nurseries Lupinus, Lewisia, Hellebore, Clematis, cyclamen, acers, lavender, select perennials, grasses, ferns & climbers. Nat. Collection of Lupins.

Wisley Plant Centre (RHS) Over 10,000 plants, many rare or unusual, reflecting the range of the RHS flagship garden at Wisley. Plants subject to seasonal availability. For plants not in stock, we operate a reservation service.

World of Ferns (Rickards Ferns Ltd) Ferns, incl. tree ferns.

World's End Garden Nursery Wide range of herbaceous perennials, hardy ferns & ornamental grasses. Especially Hosta, Geum, Leucantheum, Helenium.

Dryopteris wallichiana coriacea


Foliage Gardens Ferns

Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
Evergreen fern with upright hairy stems of a deep chocolate brown, contrasting beautifully with the young light-green fronds that mature to a beautiful, rich green. A wonderful, statuesque addition to the back of the fernery. Matures gracefully into




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