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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 140mm ASPAUS140
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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 140mm
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Birds Nest ferns (Asplenium australasicum) are a popular, hardy fern native to Australia, occurring naturally on the east coast, especially the tropics. This is due to their love of humid, rainforest climates and dislike of anything more than mild frost. They are commonly used in the garden underneath large trees, in rockeries, brightly lit indoor positions, but also on larger trees themselves due to their epiphytic qualities. 
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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 200mm ASPAUS200
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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 200mm
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Birds Nest ferns (Asplenium australasicum) are a popular, hardy fern native to Australia, occurring naturally on the east coast, especially the tropics. This is due to their love of humid, rainforest climates and dislike of anything more than mild frost. They are commonly used in the garden underneath large trees, in rockeries, brightly lit indoor positions, but also on larger trees themselves due to their epiphytic qualities. 
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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 300mm ASPAUS300
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Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest) 300mm
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Birds Nest ferns (Asplenium australasicum) are a popular, hardy fern native to Australia, occurring naturally on the east coast, especially the tropics. This is due to their love of humid, rainforest climates and dislike of anything more than mild frost. They are commonly used in the garden underneath large trees, in rockeries, brightly lit indoor positions, but also on larger trees themselves due to their epiphytic qualities. 
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Asplenium bulbiferum (Hen and Chicken) 175mm ASPBUL175
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Asplenium bulbiferum (Hen and Chicken) 175mm
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Hen and Chicken Ferns (Asplenium bulbiferum) are hardy, native ferns, occurring naturally in Australia and New Zealand. They are perfect for a moist-shady spot in the garden, under a canopy or even as a houseplant in a well-lit position.

Their leathery fronds can reach up to a metre and will produce spores and small plantlets, making them an extremely easy plant to propagate.

While they can handle some cold, they will not tolerate frost, so should be brought inside or planted in a protected position in the garden.
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Blechnum Silver Lady (Dwarf Tree Fern) 200mm BLESIL200
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Blechnum Silver Lady (Dwarf Tree Fern) 200mm
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Blechnum Silver Lady are a tough, fast-growing fern with arching fronds which like a fairly moist, shaded area in the garden, and even inside in a brightly-lit position. Silver Lady\'s are popular due to their striking symmetrical fronds, fast growth and ability to succeed in areas of the garden where others struggle.

They thrive in warm, humid regions, but will need to be grown in the shade or indirect sunlight as direct sunlight will burn their foliage. They also need protection from frost, but their foliage will grow back if damaged.
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Cyathea cooperii (Lacy Tree Fern) 200mm CYACOO200
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Cyathea cooperii (Lacy Tree Fern) 200mm
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Cyathea cooperii (Lacy Tree Fern) 200mm
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Dicksonia antarctica (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 200mm DICANT200
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Dicksonia antarctica (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 200mm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Dicksonia antarctica (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 250mm DICANT250
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Dicksonia antarctica (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 250mm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 1 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) Up to 30cm DICANT1
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 1 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) Up to 30cm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 2 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 31cm - 60cm DICANT2
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 2 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 31cm - 60cm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 3 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 61cm - 90cm DICANT3
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 3 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 61cm - 90cm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 4 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 91cm - 100cm DICANT4
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Dicksonia antarctica Size 4 (Australian Soft Fern Tree) 91cm - 100cm
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Dicksonia antarctica are a native Australian fern commonly known as a Soft Tree Fern. They have large trunks covered in brown hairs and beautiful, large, green fronds which can reach a length of 3m, however in colder climates they are deciduous. While Dicksonia thrive in the wet, shaded positions of their natural habitat, they can also do well in drier climates. They make a great canopy plant for a shaded area of the garden, allowing other shade loving plants to grow beneath them, and even being used as a host for epiphytic plants such as Orchids, Staghorns and Birds Nest Ferns.
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Didymochlaena truncatula (Tree Maiden Hair Fern) 200mm DIDTRU200
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Didymochlaena truncatula (Tree Maiden Hair Fern) 200mm
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Didymochlaena truncatula (Tree Maiden Hair Fern) 200mm
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Platycerium bifurcatum (Elkhorn) 175mm PLABIF175
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Platycerium bifurcatum (Elkhorn) 175mm
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Platycerium bifurcatum (Elkhorn) 175mm
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S1 PLASUPS1
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S1
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S1
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S2 PLASUPS2
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S2
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S2
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S3 PLASUPS3
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S3
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S3
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S7 PLASUPS7
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S7
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S7
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S8 PLASUPS8
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S8
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Platycerium superbum (Staghorn) S8
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