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Adrian Dyer

Location: Edinburgh
Country: Scotland
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Email: afdyer499@googlemail.com
Hardiness Zone: 8a
Average Yearly Rainfall: 400-900mm approx
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Genus Species Subspecies Variety Group Cultivar Location Origin Notes
Adiantumsp.Oeither aleuticum or pedatum - conflicting identification by John Mickel and Alan Smith
Adiantumaleuticum"Imbricatum"O
AdiantumpedatumO
AdiantumvenustumO
ArachnioidesstandishiiO
Aspleniumadiantum-nigrumOS2 different forms with different provenances
AspleniumceterachO
AspleniumdareoidesO
Aspleniumruta-murariaOS or VEither self-sown from plants on local walls, or the result of spraying the walls with spore suspension about 8 years ago
AspleniumscolopendriumO
Aspleniumscolopendrium"Fimbriatum Cristatum"O
Aspleniumscolopendrium"Ramo-marginatum’O
AspleniumscolopendriumUndulatum groupO
AspleniumseptentrionaleOS
AspleniumtrichomanesquadrivalensO
AthyriumdistentifoliumO
AthyriumdistentifoliumamericanumOSnow Lake Trail, Cascade Mountains, Washington State, 1996. syn. A. alpestre var. americanum.
AthyriumdistentifoliumflexileO
Athyriumfilix-feminaO
Athyriumfilix-feminaOred-stiped form
Athyriumfilix-feminaOpurple-stiped form, from Roslin Glen
Athyriumfilix-femina"Capitatum" or "Corymbiferum"Ofrom Kilbey"s garden, Morningside
Athyriumfilix-feminaCristata groupOfound in Dean Village roadside
Athyriumfilix-femina"Frizelliae"O
Athyriumfilix-feminaPlumosum groupOPink stipe
Athyriumfilix-femina"Vernoniae"OPink stipe
Athyriumfilix-femina"Victoriae"OOriginal clone, from Brodick Castle
Athyriumfilix-femina"Victoriae"Oform with pink stipe
Athyriumfilix-feminaasplenioidesOsyn. A. asplenioides, A. filix-femia subsp. asplenoides; from North Carolina, 1987
Athyriumx "Ghost"O
Athyriumniponicum'Pictum'O
Athyriumniponicum"Ursula"s Red"O
Athyriumotophorum"Okanum"O
AthyriumvidaliiO
BlechnumchilenseO
Blechnumpenna-marinaO
Blechnumpenna-marina"Cristata"O
Blechnumpenna-marinaalpinaO
BlechnumspicantO
CryptogrammacrispaO
CyrtomiumfortuneiO
Cystopterissp.OVself-sown volunteer
CystopterisdickieanaOS+V
CystopterisfragilisOS
Cystopterisfragilis"499"Othe form growing in the garden before we came in 1968, origin unknown, possibly planted
DicksoniaantarcticaO
Dryopterissp.OPossibly lacera, sublacera or celsa
DryopterisaemulaO
DryopterisaffinisO
Dryopterisaffinis "Crispa Angustata"OBought as affinis "cristata angustata" but not crested = "crispa angustata"?
Dryopterisaffinis"Cristata"O
Dryopterisaffinis"Henwood"OCornwall -€“ possibly form of D. Borreri
Dryopterisaffinis groupOcambrensis or borreri. Raised in 1962 from spores collected that year along road by Red Moss and used for lab experiments. Known to be a 3x apomict
DryopteriscambrensisO
DryopteriscarthusianaOLoch Venachar
Dryopterisx complexaOidentity uncertain
DryopteriscristataOSNorfolk spore bank
DryopteriscycadinaO
DryopterisdilatataO
Dryopterisdilatata"Crispa Whiteside"Obought as "lepidota cristata" but not crested
Dryopterisdilatata"Lepidota"O
DryopteriserythrosoraOx2, different provenances, one has more colour and is later flushing
DryopterisexpansaO
Dryopterisfilix-masO
Dryopterisfilix-masCristata groupOfound in Roslin Glen
DryopterisfragransO
DryopterisgoldianaO
DryopterisintermediaOSfrom Michigan spore bank via boots 1990
DryopterismarginalisO
DryopterismindshelkensisOsyn. D. submontana
DryopterisneorosthorniiO
DryopterispycnopteroidesO
DryopterisremotaO
DryopterissieboldiiO
DryopteristokyoensisO
DryopterisvillariiOidentification uncertain
DryopteriswallichianaO
EquisetumfluviatileO
EquisetumhyemaleO
EquisetumhyemaleaffineO
EquisetumpratenseO
EquisetumscirpoidesO
EquisetumsylvaticumO
EquisetumtelmateiaO
EquisetumvariegatumO
GymnocarpiumdryopterisO
GymnocarpiumdryopterisOlarge form from Heather McHaffie
GymnocarpiumrobertianumO
LophosoraquadripinnataO
MatteucciastruthiopterisO
OnocleasensibilisO
OsmundacinnamomeaO
OsmundaclaytonianaO
OsmundaregalisOSNorfolk spore bank
Osmundaregalis"Purpurascens"O
OsmundaregalisOlobed form from CNP
OreopterislimbospermaO
PhegopterisconnectilisO
PolypodiumcambricumO
Polypodiumcambricum"Richard Kayse"O
PolypodiuminterjectumO
Polypodiumx mantoniaeOidentity uncertain
Polypodiumx mantoniae"Cornubiense"O
PolypodiumvulgareO
Polypodiumvulgare"Cristatum"O
Polystichumsp.Osold as P. braunii
Polystichumsp.Oprobably P. polyblepharum
PolystichumacrostichoidesOfrom N. Carolina 1987
PolystichumaculeatumO
Polystichumx dyceiO
PolystichumlonchitisO
PolystichummakinoiO
PolystichummunitumO
PolystichumneolobatumO
PolystichumpolyblepharumO
PolystichumsetiferumO
PolystichumsetiferumDivisilobum groupO
Polystichumsetiferum"Nantes"OName given by A Dyer; French origin via Binny Plants
Polystichumtsus-simenseO
PolystichumvestitumO
PteridiumaquilinumOform called "fulvum" by CNP but not generally recognised as distinct.
ThelypterisnoveboracensisONorth Carolina, 1987
ThelypterispalustrisO
WoodsiaalpinaOSScottish origin
WoodsiailvensisOSScottish, English, Welsh and Norwegian origin
WoodwardiafimbriataO
WoodwardiaunigemmataO
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