Male fern Dryopteris filix-mas - 9cm Potted Shrub Growing Chart
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Male fern Dryopteris filix-mas - 9cm Potted Shrub
Was £7.99. Now £4.79
- Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit
- Happy in dry shade
- Delightful and intricate foliage
- UK hardy
- Gives surrounding flowers more impact
- 9cm potted plant, delivered to your door
Add male ferns to your garden and give your outdoor space that extra character. The leaves unfurl – and uncurl into impressive dramatic fronds. So handsome and interesting are the leaves the Royal Horticultural Society gave this variety the Award of Garden Merit.
Hardy in the UK to low temperatures male fern Dryopteris filix mas suits gardens up and down the country. Not only does it show off handsome leaves it offsets other flowers nearby that suit shady conditions like foxgloves and rhododendrons.
Perfect to add character to parts of the garden that receive part to full shade like under garden trees or in north-facing flower beds. The leaves emerge from the bottom of plants from spring and look great as they develop with surrounding crocuses, snowdrops and primroses.
Though Dryopteris will grow in dry shade it performs better in moist soils. You can add soil improver like rich compost which makes the existing soil moister and with a better structureSee Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 9cm Potted Shrub
- Height Up To: 1m (3.5ft)
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