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Woodwardia prolifera

Usually sold as the closely related but different W. orientalis. A spectacular evergreen fern originating from the Himalaya to Eastern Asia with most attractive deeply divided and tapered fronds up to 1.5m long. A mass of bulbils are produced on the upper surface of fertile fronds, giving an easy means of propagation. Requires a sheltered position in semi-shade in milder gardens.

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Woodwardia unigemmata

One of the very finest ferns of all for UK gardens, this magnificent beast from the Himalaya to Japan bears evergreen fronds up to 2m long, which emerge bright copper-red in this form, turning deep green. They start fairly erect, eventually becoming horizontal under their own weight, unless grown on a bank, as often in nature, where they will cascade downwards. Hardy.

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