A lovely large fern which has golden leaves when young, which open out to be much more green. Very similar to my other Dryopteris. It should put out lovely golden frongs in the autumn. Needed watering, but has taken well.
A lovely little green fern to fill out our lower shade bed at the bottom of the garden. This one is slightly different to our other Harts Tongue Fern, with narrower, rippled leaves. It established quickly. Should do well.
This was quick to establish and ran up the cane quickly. It got up into my tree quickly and put out some nice flowers. It really didn’t like the hot weather and will need better protection at the roots. I kept it well watered though and it survived. Should provide better root protection next year. […]
Planted out: Cucumber ‘Telegraph’ Courgette – ‘Firenze’ F1 Butternut Squash ‘Avalon’ Four different tomato plants grown from seed: Money Maker, Gardeners Delight, Essex Wonder and Tamina
A lovely large fern which has golden leaves when young, which open out to be much more green. It did need a lot of water to establish, but now that it is growing, it should do really well at the back of my shady woodland border. See also our other similar fern: Dryopteris eryrthrosora ‘Brilliance’
A nice green fern to give some structure and textur to the lower woodland bed. Needed a lot of water to establish, but once away, looks really healthy.
A lovely little green fern to fill out our lower shade bed at the bottom of the garden. Struggled to establish in the dry weather, but I think it should be okay. See our other Harts Tongue Fern: Asplenium scolopendrium ‘Angustifolium’