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Asplenium Antiquum ‘Osaka’
Asplenium Antiquum ‘Osaka’ is large growing fern with distinctly frilled leathery foliage, each frond may reach between 1-2 metres on mature plants.Osaka grows in an upright rosette of long apple-green shiny leaves with a frilled rippled edge.
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Asplenium Antiquum ‘Victoria’
Asplenium Antiquum Victoria is a very striking feature plant with its bright green, wavy edged fronds that grow in a rosette shape forming a bowl or nest shape.Osaka’s little sister with all the cute leafy wiggles in a smaller size is perfect for longterm indoor display or smaller shade gardens.
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Asplenium Antiquum ‘Hardy’
Asplenium Antiquum Hardy Bird’s Nest Fern is a beautiful perennial fern that gets glossy tropical looking green leaves in a round rosette. These ferns can grow in soil, either in your garden or in a container, where they make great houseplants.
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Asplenium scolopendrium ‘Cristata’ (Crested Harts Tongue Fern)
Phyllitis scolopendrium ‘Cristata’, commonly known as Crested Hart’s Tongue Fern, displays tight rosettes of broad, shiny, tongue-like leaves, each with a crest at the end. Evergreen fern. Grow in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil and water regularly. Hart’s Tongue Fern thrives in deep shade at the base of a wall or fence or in a woodland garden.
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Asplenium Nidus ‘Crispy Wave’
Asplenium Nidus ‘Crispy Wave’ is beautifully a bright green fern with characteristically sword-shaped, ruffled leaves which give it the common name ‘Crispy Wave’. Or it also goes by “Bird’s Nest Fern” for the way the leaves radiate outward, leaving a leafy basin in the centre.
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Asplenium Antiquum ‘Lasagna’ Large
Asplenium ‘Lasagna’ is an ultimate medium-large fern with long fronds, each distinctly frilled and rippled on the edges like a sheet of fancy lasagna. A Very wiggle-edged lush fern for tropical gardens and indoor decor – plant it somewhere shady and moist and watch it unfurl.