I have tidied the ‘fernery’ but now it needs replanting, and I think there should be more ferns and fewer pink geraniums, which I think are Geranium Macrorrhizum ‘Bevan’s Variety’- perhaps I could find them a corner somewhere.
I need to identify my ferns and I think some may need repotting next spring. This fern is bursting out of its pot – I think it is Dryopteris Affinis – am I correct? And could I also have Dryopteris Affinis ‘Cristata’?
And could I also have Dryopteris Affinis ‘Cristata’?
A stiff, upright fern which is not evergreen – could this be Polystichum Setiferum ?
Aspleniums are hardy ferns and this is Asplenium Scolopendrium, but would like to try one of the ‘frilly’ varieties – Asplenium Scolopendrium ‘Cristatum’.
I think this is Polystichum Setiferum ‘Herrenhausen’
Cyrtomium Fortunei has returned to London from Suffolk where it was swamped by Dryopteris Filix Mas.
Dryopteris Erythrosora (the Japanese Shield Fern) is tucked into a corner and needs a more prominent spot.
And finally, in another corner and somehow surviving the winter and the builders is this little plant…?