Dryopteris

Dryopteris
Dryopteris a tufted fern that can be evergreen, semi evergreen or deciduous may go by a few different names such as Male fern, basket fern or shield fern. Dryopteris has large upright or grow on the ground roots with large oval divided shaped leaves that will be green in the summer spring and autumn, Easy to grow but needs to be kept well watered at first till it gets established also benefits from a good mulching in its first season, very good to grow in the shade and is a brilliant under plant to add texture to the ground when you have taller shrubs or trees, Dryopteris will grow to around 1.5 meters tall and 1 meter wide if left untouched as not pruning is required unless you are removing dead leaves.
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  1. Dryopteris Erythrosora 2 Litre
    Dryopteris Erythrosora 2 Litre
    £4.85

    Dryopteris ferns are mostly deciduous but in mild winters some do stay green in sheltered sites. The foliage looks very attractive planted with herbaceous perennials and shrubs Semi-evergreen fern with fronds which are often coppery-red when young turning shiny dark green and pink spores.Slow creeping rhizome producing a tuft of triangular 2 or 3 pinnate fronds upto 60cm long

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  2. Dryopteris Erythrosora Brilliance 2L
    Dryopteris Erythrosora Brilliance 1.5 Litre
    £6.40

    Dryopteris Erythrosora Brilliance are fantastic fern with its stunning colour, foliage starts with pink tips that turn coppery orange as they unfurl changing to a dark green

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  3. Dryopteris Erythrosora Brilliance 3 Litre
    Dryopteris Erythrosora Brilliance 3 Litre
    £10.50

    Dryopteris ferns are mostly deciduous but in mild winters some do stay green in sheltered sites. The foliage looks very attractive planted with herbaceous perennials and shrubs Semi-evergreen fern with fronds which are often coppery-red when young turning shiny dark green and pink spores.Slow creeping rhizome producing a tuft of triangular 2 or 3 pinnate fronds upto 60cm long

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  4. the king
    Dryopteris Affinis Cristata The King 3 Litre Pot
    £10.50

    Dryopteris ferns are mostly deciduous but in mild winters most do stay green in sheltered sites. They bear pinnate to 4 pinnate fronds, they produce kidney shaped spores. The foliage looks very attractive planted with herbaceous perennials and shrubs

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