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Matteuccia - Shuttlecock Ferns

A very striking fern for a damp spot.
Matteuccia orientalis

Matteuccia orientalis

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 60cm (24in)
  • Growing condition: Full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

A rare variety with sterile fronds which come up and out almost touching the ground with fertile fronds in the centre. Needs shade and is best not exposed to frost pockets. Deciduous.

Price: (2 or fewer plants) 5.50
Price: (3 or more plants) 4.95


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Matteuccia struthiopteris AGM

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 75cm plus (32in plus)
  • Growing condition: Full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

The shuttlecock fern, vigorous and striking. Needs some moisture to reach full size. Deciduous.

Price: (2 or fewer plants) 5.50
Price: (3 or more plants) 4.95


Quantity:  



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Matteuccia struthiopteris 'The King'

Matteuccia struthiopteris 'The King'

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant size: 75cm plus (32in plus)
  • Growing condition: Full shade
  • Flowering season: N/A to N/A

Giant growing form of shuttlecock fern.

Price: 6.80


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