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Justin...........there are a lot of ferns...........big, small, evergreen, deciduous............an idea of your space and situation would helpShuttlecock fern is big but deciduous...give us a clue
Royal fern is a big un.
The male fern, Dryopteris felix-mas is very easy and less fussy about moisture than a lot of them.
What's the soil like?
Dry? damp?, acid?, alkaline?
Ooh, sorry, could ask on your thread too please, Justin. i'd like a small/medium fern for my stumpery that I will be making soon. soil is clay but prob topsoil where it is going.
matteuccia, the shuttlecock is deciduous and damp loving.
The royal fern like it really wet and preferably acid
harts tongue, asplenium is evergreen, easy but not very big
Lots of info here http://www.plantpost.co.uk/ferns.php
Yes, I like that one
Thank you Justin for letting me share
And thank you nut
Oooh language Patsy
Sorry, Lily, hope I didn't offend. I'm hoping to make a stumpery too.