Dryopteris

Dryopteris

Dryopteris are tufted ferns that can be evergreen, semi evergreen or deciduous. They do go by a few different names such as Male fern, basket fern or shield fern.

They have beautiful tactile foliage and are used for adding structure to the borders.

Dryopteris will grow to around 1.5 meters tall and 1 meter wide if left untouched

Where to Site Your Dryopteris

Dryopteris are perfect for shaded areas of the garden, under planting trees. They do look well in cottage gardens with the airy perennials surrounding them. Or rockeries.

Ferns are a really volatile shrub that are perfect in most garden locations

How to Grow and Look After you Dryopteris

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

Pruning is not required unless you are removing dead leaves

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    Dryopteris Filix-Mas Lime green fronds un-furl in an attractive shuttlecock form after being dormant all winter. Ideal for the shaded moist part of the garden Learn More
  2. Dryopteris erythrosora 11cm Pot
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    semi-evergreen fern with fronds which are often coppery-red when young turning shiny dark green and pink spores. Learn More
  3. Dryopteris Filix-Mas 2 Litre
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    Dryopteris Filix-Mas Lime green fronds un-furl in an attractive shuttlecock form after being dormant all winter. Ideal for the shaded moist part of the garden Learn More
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