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Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen'


Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen' (Polystichum setiferum (Soft shield fern))

Used my ferns around the pond, then realised I didn't like the heuchera garden without ferns, so had to buy more ferns! lol....from no ferns to about 20 ferns in a year! Who says I don't like ferns? ;)



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great choice - I buy loads of them - the holly fern you will like I think Karen - there is one that can go in full sun I have need to find which one

7 May, 2012

 

That would be useful Paul. Let me know if you find it!

7 May, 2012

 

Thats a very pretty one karen;0)

7 May, 2012

 

You got me started on my Heucheras , Karen, I hope, no, hubby hopes, I'm not going to start on these! lol.

7 May, 2012

 

lol...I will be getting a bad reputation with OHs all across the land! ;) p.s. would you like a 'blackberry jam' heuchera, I have some babies!

7 May, 2012

 

Another beauty, the holly fern is very attractive too.....

7 May, 2012

 

Hmm...just looked up the holly fern...very beautiful! Will keep an eye open for that. In fact I may go to the nursery today. I want to get a Laburnum tree! :))

8 May, 2012

 

A Laburnum, keep the pods away from little ones, our daughter ate some of the seeds when she was about 3 and had to have her stomach pumped!! and spent the night in hospital. Are you going to make a Laburnum walk?

9 May, 2012

 

Ooh yes please, I've never heard of this one before. Aren't you kind. Thankyou so much. Will send you a p. m.

9 May, 2012

 

DD...I don't know if it will be a laburnum walk, but it is planted on the arches. That's the idea, but it will have to compete with all the other climbers. Hopefully the front arch will be nicely clothed though!

OK Rose...have replied to your message :))

9 May, 2012

 

Oh, and yes, thanks, I know they are poisonous.

9 May, 2012



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