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Cut and ruffled ends to its fronds. Evergreen. A fine choice with white flowers such as Pulmonaria Ice Ballet.
Lady Fern. Deciduous graceful lacy fronds look wonderful with white variegated Hostas. Prefers shady rich soils.
Japanese Painted Fern. Purplish grey leaves with a pale central band and a pink midrib. Deciduous.
Large fern with strong glossy fronds branched at the tips. Evergreen and particularly good amongst large drifts of Digitalis.
Shaggy Shield Fern. Elegant with long stems and dark green fronds. Evergreen. Perfect in shade with Brunnera Jack Frost.
Whiteside's Broad Buckler Fern. Deciduous crisped, wavy, golden green fronds.
Copper tint to its fronds. Deciduous. Lovely in spring with Dicentra spectabilis, or later on with blue Hostas.
Male Fern. Semi-evergreen and tolerant of full shade and drought. Use with other similarly tolerant plants like Euphorbia robbiae.
Ostrich Fern. Large shuttlecock shaped plant, preferring moist semi shade and tolerating part day sun. Deciduous.
Beard Fern. Vigorous, ideal for large areas, semi shade and moist soil. Deciduous.
Royal Fern. A large fern, which when mature has brown flower spikes. Moist and semi shade. Deciduous.
Hard Shield Fern. Evergreen. Prefers a shallow, moist stony soil in semi shade.
Braun's Holly Fern. Erect, pale green, evergreen, soft, finely divided fronds. Loves cool moist shady places.
Bear's Paw. This fern's glossy, dark green evergreen fronds are a fine partner for Hostas.
Hedge Fern, Soft Shield Fern. Green fronds with a hint of brown. Will tolerate drier conditions. Evergreen.
More compact in habit with finely cut evergreen fronds. Mix with other evergreen plants for a winter display such as Aspleniums and Hellebores.
Mossy Soft Shield Fern. Very finely divided evergreen fronds on a dwarf plant. Its compact nature suits underplanting with small bulbs.