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Adiantum - Maidenhair Ferns

Beautiful, exquisite ferns that will appreciate damp partial shade and shade.
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Adiantum aleuticum 'Imbricatum'

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

A short growing form with imbricate pinnules to this easy hardy maidenhair fern. To 20 cm tall.

Price: (2 or fewer plants) 3.95
Price: (3 or more plants) 3.50


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Adiantum pedatum 'Miss Sharples'

Adiantum pedatum 'Miss Sharples'

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 45cm (18in)
  • Growing condition: Full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

A golden foliage form of this hardy maidenhair, deciduous. A vigorous and a quite lovely fern. Taller growing with more open pinnae than A. aleuticum

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Price: (3 or more plants) 3.50


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Adiantum venustum AGM

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

The hardy creeping maidenhair fern from the Himalayas. Will spread to form dense ground cover. Evergreen. Not for very dry soils.

Price: (2 or fewer plants) 5.95
Price: (3 or more plants) 5.75


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