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Dryopteris erythrosora - Autumn Fern Plants / Ferns

Dryopteris erythrosora - Autumn Fern

An evergreen fern with a different mood for each season, this variety unfurls glossy copper-orange fronds in spring which then turn soft green in summer, before taking on a russet-orange hue for the season s end. Shade in consistantly moist soil. For the border or woodland garden. …

Dryopteris cycadina - shaggy shield fern Plants / Ferns

Dryopteris cycadina - shaggy shield fern

Shaggy shield fern is a lovely fern with geometrically regular architecture. Individual leaflets are deep green and glossy, composed around a nearly black stem. The fronds are mostly upright making an attractive specimen plant beneath tree canopies. It is hardy to about -30°C. Cut off all leaves in …

Dryopteris marginalis - Leather Wood Fern Plants / Ferns

Dryopteris marginalis - Leather Wood Fern

Marginal shield fern is an evergreen fern, which grows as a non-spreading, vase-shaped clump with handsome gray-green, leathery fronds. The evergreen fronds provide good interest in the winter landscape Shade in consistantly moist soil. For the border or woodland garden. …

Dryopteris filix mas - Common Male Fern Plants / Ferns

Dryopteris filix mas - Common Male Fern

Dryopteris filix-mas (Common Male Fern or Male Fern) is one of the most common ferns of the temperate Northern Hemisphere. It is deciduous or semi-evergreen and can grow to 1.2 metres in height and 1metre in diameter. …

Dryopteris affinis - golden male fern Plants / Ferns

Dryopteris affinis - golden male fern

Golden male fern is the basic species from which the most beautiful varieties arose. The “golden” bit in the name is relevant for the midrib which is yellowish-brown but cannot influence the overall appearance of bright green colour. …