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Because ferns do not produce flowers but rather by nearly invisible spores, they were thought to be mysterious in ancient times. Therefore the plants have long been associated with invisibility spells and sorcery. That's why I always associated these with fairies :)

Because ferns do not produce flowers but rather by nearly invisible spores, they were thought to be mysterious in ancient times. Therefore the plants have long been associated with invisibility spells and sorcery and Faerie

Large fern fronds bring welcoming shade to all the Gnomes.

I love ferns, bring back memories of school holidays spent at my grandmothers property at Dover.

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Genus: Athyrium Species: filix-femina Plant type: Hardy perennial Foliage colour: Mid-green Feature: Dramatic foliage Sun exposure: Partial shade, Shade Soil: Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Moist, Boggy Hardiness: Hardy Skill level: Experienced Height: 120cm Spread: 60cm Time to divide plants: March to May

Athyrium 'Ocean's Fury'

Genus: Athyrium Species: filix-femina Plant type: Hardy perennial Foliage colour: Mid-green Feature: Dramatic foliage Sun exposure: Partial shade, Shade Soil: Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Moist, Boggy Hardiness: Hardy Skill level: Experienced Height: 120cm Spread: 60cm Time to divide plants: March to May

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