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Outdoor Fern Trio
This outdoor fern trio is perfect to be grown on a balcony or inside a shady flower bed. Adding a hint of texture and greenery to your outdoor space.
Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: NoLight level: Medium Light
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A fab addition to your outdoor garden this season, adding a hint of jungle vibes to your outdoor space.
A gorgeous trio of outdoor Ferns, makes this bundle an easy way to add texture and greenery to your garden or patio. This trio of Ferns are semi-evergreen, perennials which once planted can keep their leaves almost all year round.
They are a great addition to flower beds and borders or can be left in their growers pots and dotted around a patio and garden.
This bundle includes:
- 3x Outdoor Ferns (17cm) Variety; Dryopteris Affinis
These Outdoor Ferns would be best planted in your garden to fill a empty border or shady corner. This fern trio really does add some gorgeous texture and interest.
Very versatile and long-lasting, these Ferns are easy to care for and look perfect in a small shady spot in your garden or balcony.
The young fronds unfurl a golden green and the plant retains a fresh, bright appearance throughout the summer. Dying back in winter, the ferns will grow new growth and uncurl as Spring arrives the following year.
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Once unpacked, pop the Ferns outdoors and ensure they are watered and allow time for them to settle into their new garden.
Approximate Height; 35cm and Width; 40cm (measured at the widest part). Note these are approximate measurements and may vary.
Please note: this mix will vary from the images shown. All 3 ferns are the Dryopteris Affinis variety.
Caring for your Ferns
Position in a shadier spot avoiding direct sunlight, and these ferns will need to be watered regularly. Ferns don’t need much fertilization and a simple liquid fertilizer once a year will be enough to keep them happy.
Your Ferns can be been kept in their growers pots or ideally planted directly into the ground. Ferns which have been kept in their growers pots will need to be watered more often, as they tend to dry out faster.
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