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Tim Pyner

Town/City: Southend-on-Sea
County: Essex
Country: England
Postcode:
SS2 4UX
Telephone: 01702 580402
Email: t.pyner@btinternet.com
Hardiness Zone: 8b
Average Yearly Rainfall: 525mm
Can be contacted by members? yes
Access Arrangements: Contact to arrange mutually convenient time
Notes: Limited wheelchair access (front garden only)
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Table updated 30/07/2015 (additional notes)
GenusSpeciesSubspeciesVarietyLocationNotes
AdiantumaethiopicumOHardy here for many years
AdiantumaleuticumO
AdiantumandicolaOYet to be tested through cold winter. Identity to be confirmed
Adiantumcapillus-venerisCSupplied wrongly named as A. tricholepis. Yet to be tested through cold winter
AdiantumchilenseO
AdiantumcunninghamiiO,OHardy here for many years
AdiantumdavidiiO
Adiantum glanduliferumOSyn. A. chilense var. hirsutum . Seems hardy but slow
AdiantumhispidulumOSupplied wrongly named as A. fulvum. Borderline hardiness,survives
AdiantumpedatumONorth American form
AdiantumpedatumOJapanese form, probably should be treated as a new species
AdiantumpoiretiipoiretiiOHardy here for many years
AdiantumpoiretiisulphureumOYet to be tested through cold winter
AdiantumreniformeCBorderline hardiness, survives
Adiantumx tracyiOA. jordanii x A. pedatum. Natural hybrid
AdiantumvenustumO
AleuritopterisargenteaCPSyn. Cheilanthes argentea. Protected from winter rain
AllosorusguanchicusCPSyn. Cheilanthes guanchica. Protected from winter rain
AnemiamohrianaCPSyn. Mohria rigida. Protected from winter rain
AnemiatomentosaCPProtected from winter rain
AnisocampiumniponicumOWild green form. Syn. Athyrium niponicum
ArachniodesamabilisO,O,OSyn. A. rhomboidea. Species complex needing study
ArachniodesaristataO
ArachniodesdavalliaeformisODubious taxon
ArachniodesfestinaOYet to be tested through cold winter
ArachniodessimpliciorO
ArachniodessimulansO
ArachniodesstandishiiO
ArachniodeswebbianawebbianaOHardy here for many years
ArachniodeswebbianafoliosaOYet to be tested through cold winter
AraiostegiellaperduransOSyn. Araiostegia parvipinnata, A. perdurans, Davallia perdurans
AraiostegiellaperduransOSupplied wrongly named as Sphenomeris chinensis
AraiostegiellaperduransOSupplied wrongly named as Araiostegia hymenophylloides
Aspleniumadiantum-nigrumC
Aspleniumx alternifoliumC
AspleniumappendiculatumCMy plant is possibly a natural hybrid
AspleniumazomanesCSyn. Asplenium trichomanes ssp. c oriaceifolium. Survives but difficult
AspleniumceterachceterachC,C,CSyn. Ceterach officinarum. Different forms from various regions
AspleniumdalhousiaeC,C,CSyn. Asplenium alternans, Ceterach dalhousiae, Ceterachopsis dalhousie
AspleniumdareoidesC
AspleniumfilarecanarienseCBorderline hardiness, survives
AspleniumhemionitisCBorderline hardiness, survives
AspleniumlobatumC
AspleniumlyalliiC
AspleniummajoricumCSurvives but difficult
AspleniummonanthesC
AspleniumoblongifoliumCBorderline hardiness, survives
AspleniumobtusatumobtusatumCDamaged by extreme cold
AspleniumoctoploideumCPProtected from winter rain, survives but difficult
AspleniumonopterisC,C
Aspleniumx orelliiC
AspleniumpinnatifidumC
AspleniumplatyneuronCSouth African form
AspleniumritoenseC
AspleniumsagittatumCSyn. Phyllitis sagittata. Borderline hardiness, survives
AspleniumscolopendriumOSyn. Phyllitis scolopendrium, Scolopendrium vulgare
AspleniumsplendensdrakensbergenseC
AspleniumtrichomanesinexpectansC
AspleniumtrichomanesquadrivalensC,C.C,C,CDifferent forms from various regions
AstrolepissinuataCPSyn. Cheilanthes sinuata
AthyriumcrassicauleOYet to be tested through cold winter
AthyriumdelavayiOSupplied wrongly named as A. auriculatum. Yet to be tested through cold winter
AthyriumdissitifoliumO,CYet to be tested through cold winter
Athyriumfilix-feminaangustumO
Athyriumfilix-feminacyclosorumOSyn. Athyrium sitchense
AthyriumminimumOResembles Athyrium sp. 2 of Ralf Knapp
AthyriumoppositipennumO
Athyriumaff. otophorumOWidely grown as A. otophorum but true identity not yet determined
AthyriumreflexipinnumOSyn. Athyrium oppositipennum var. pubescens
AthyriumstrigillosumOYet to be tested through cold winter
AthyriumvidaliiO
BlechnumappendiculatumOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumattenuatumgiganteumOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumauratumOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumaustraleaustraleOHardy here for many years
BlechnumaustraleauriculatumOHardy here for many years
BlechnumblechnoidesOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumcycadifoliumOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumdiscolorOHardy here for many years
BlechnumfernandezianumO,CSyn. B. mochaenum var. fernandezianum. Borderline hardiness, survives.
BlechnumfluviatileOHardy here for many years
BlechnumhastatumO,ODifferent forms
BlechnummagellanicumO,O,OClones of varying hardiness
BlechnummicrophyllumOSyn. B. penna-marina ssp. microphyllum, B. gayanum
BlechnumminusOHardy here for many years, damaged by drought
BlechnummochaenumOHardy here for many years
BlechnummontanumOHardy here for many years
Blechnumnovae-zelandiaeOHardy here for many years, remains small
BlechnumnudumOHardy here for many years
BlechnumpalmiformeOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumpatersoniiCYet to be tested through cold winter
Blechnumpenna-marinaalpinumO,O,ODifferent forms
BlechnumprocerumOHardy here for many years
BlechnumspicantODifficult here
BlechnumtabulareOClone 1. Cape form. Borderline hardiness, survives
BlechnumtabulareOClone 2. Mpumulanga form. Yet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumvulcanicumOYet to be tested through cold winter
BlechnumwattsiiOHardy here for many years
CheilanthesdistansCSupplied wrongly named as C. sieberi
CheilanthesecklonianaCPProtected from winter rain. Yet to be tested through cold winter
CheilantheshirtabrevipilosaCPProtected from winter rain. Yet to be tested through cold winter
CheilanthesmultifidalacerataCYet to be tested through cold winter
CheilanthesquadripinnataC,C,OYet to be tested through cold winter
CheilanthesviridismacrophyllaOYet to be tested through cold winter
Coniogramme affinisOName to be verified when plant mature.
ConiogrammeemeiensisOName to be verified when plant mature.
ConiogrammeintermediaintermediaOSupplied as C. emeiensis. Identity to be confirmed
ConiogrammeintermediaglabraO
ConiogrammejaponicaO
CornopterisbadiaOSyn. Cornopteris quadripinnatifida
CornopteriscrenulatoserrulataO
Cornopterisdecurrenti-alataOYet to be tested through cold winter
CryptogrammacrispaCDifficult here
CtenitissubglandulosaOBorderline hardiness but survives and grows strongly late summer
CyclosorusdentatusOSyn. Christella dentata, Thelypteris dentata. Hardy here for many years
CyclosoruskunthiiOSyn. Christella normalis , Christella kunthii, Thelypteris kunthii, T. normalis. Hardy here for several years
CyrtomiumcaryotideumO
CyrtomiumdevexiscapulaeOSyn. Polystichum devexiscapulae
CyrtomiumfalcatumfalcatumO
CyrtomiumfortuneifortuneiO
CyrtomiumfortuneiclivicolaO
CyrtomiumlaetevirensOGrown from BPS spores wrongly named C. lonchitoides. Identity to be confirmed
CyrtomiummacrophyllummacrophyllumO
x Cystocarpium roskamianumONatural hybrid between Cystopteris fragilis agg. and Gymnocarpium dryopteris
CystopterisalpinaCSupplied wrongly named as Dennstaedtia wilfordii. Difficult here
CystopterisbulbiferaOWeed
CystopterisfragilisapiiformisOGrown from spores wild coll. Chile
CystopterissudeticaOSupplied wrongly named as C. moupinense. Very closely related and separated mainly by glandular indusia which seems to vary at stage of growth
CystopteristennesseenisO
DavalliagriffithianaOSyn. Humata tyermannii. Borderline hardiness, survives
DavalliapyxidataOSyn. Davallia solida var. pyxidata. Borderline hardiness, survives
DavalliatasmaniiO,CBorderline hardiness, survives
DavalliatrichomanoidesO,OSyn. D. mariesii, D. stenolepis
DennstaedtiadavallioidesOSupplied wrongly named as D. punctilobula. Hardy here for many years
DennstaedtiaglaucaOHardy through several winters
DepariaacrostichoidesO
DepariaconiliiO
DepariajaponicaO
DepariapeterseniiO
DepariapycnosoraO
DicksoniafibrosaOHardy here for many years
DicksonialanataOYet to be tested through cold winter
DiplaziumcaudatumOBorderline hardiness, survives
DiplaziumhachijoenseO
DiplaziummaximumOName to be confirmed. Yet to be tested through cold winter
DiplaziumwichuraeO
DoodiaasperaOSyn. Blechnum neohollandicum. Yet to be tested though cold winter
DoodiaaustralisO,O,OSyn. Blechnum parrisiae. All supplied wrongly named as D. aspera, D.caudata and D. media
DoodiacaudataCSyn. Blechnum spinulosum
DoodiamaximaOSyn. Blechnum maximum. Yet to be tested though cold winter. Possibly a hybrid between Blechnum cartilagineum and Doodia aspera
DoodiamollisCSyn. Blechnum molle. Supplied wrongly named as D. squarrosa. Specific identity still to be confirmed
DrynariasinicaOSyn. D. baronii. Hardy here through several winters
DryopsiskawakamiiOSyn. Dryopteris kawakamii. Yet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisaffinisaffinisazoricaO
DryopterisaffinispaleaceolobataO
DryopterisaitonianaOYet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisardechensisO
DryopterisathamanticaOYet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisazoricaOsyn. D. intermedia ssp. azorica. Damaged by drought
DryopteriscambrensiscambrensisO
DryopteriscambrensisinsubricaO
DryopteriscarthusianaOSupplied wrongly named as D. expansa
DryopteriscaucasicaO
DryopteriscelsaO
DryopterischampioniiO
DryopterisclintonianaOSupplied wrongly named as D. lacera
DryopteriscorleyiO
DryopteriscrassirhizomaO
DryopteriscrispifoliaODamaged by drought
Dryopteriscristata O
DryopteriscycadinaO
DryopteriscystolepidotaOSyn. D. nipponensis. Supplied wrongly named as D. hondoensis
DryopterisdickinsiiO
DryopterisdilatataOArrived naturally
DryopterisdracomontanaO
DryopterisedwardsiiOSyn. D. yigongensis misapplied.
DryopterisesterhuyseniaeODubious taxon, perhaps D. pentheri
DryopterisformosanaOVery slow here
Dryopterisfusco-atraOYet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisgoldianaO
DryopterisguanchicaO,OYet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisindusiataO
DryopterisiranicaO
DryopterisjuxtapositaO
DryopterislepidopodaO,O
DryopterismaderensisO,OSyn. D. intermedia ssp. maderensis
DryopterismarginalisO
DryopterismindshelkensisOSyn. D. submontana
DryopterismuenchiiO
DryopterisnamegataeOSupplied wrongly named as D. pycnopteroides
DryopterisoligodontaOYet to be tested through cold winter
DryopterisoreadesO
DryopterispallidabalearicaC
DryopterispentheriOSupplied wrongly named as D. dracomontana
Dryopterisx picoensisO
DryopterispolylepisO
DryopterispseudodisjunctaO
DryopterisremotaO
DryopterissieboldiiO
DryopterisstenolepisO
DryopterisstewartiiO
DryopterissublaceraO
DryopterisuniformisO,O,O,OAll obtained under wrong names or unidentified
DryopterisvariaO,OAll supplied wrongly named as D. fuscipes, D. sordidipes and D. labordei
DryopteriswallichianaO,O,O,ODifferent forms from various sources
GymnocarpiumdryopterisO
GymnocarpiumfedtschenkoanumO
Gymnocarpiumx intermediumONatural hybrid, G. continentale x dryopteris. Identity to be confirmed
GymnocarpiumoyamenseO
GymnocarpiumremotepinnatumO
GymnocarpiumrobertianumOSupplied wrongly named as Cystopteris sudetica
HaplopterisflexuosaCSyn. Vittaria flexuosa. Yet to be tested through cold winter
HomalosoruspycnocarposOSyn. Diplazium pycnocarpon, Athyrium pycnocarpon
HypolepisalpinaO
HypolepisambiguaOPossibly H. polypodioides
HypolepismillefoliumO
HypolepispolypodioidesO
HypolepisrugosulaOSupplied wrongly named as H. rufobarbata
HypolepissparsisoraO
LastreopsishispidaOYet to be tested through cold winter
LemmaphyllummicrophyllumCYet to be tested through cold winter
LepisoruskawakamiiOHardy through several winters. Supplied wrongly named as L. obscurevenulosus
LepisorusschraderiCYet to be tested through cold winter
Leptolepianovae-zeelandiaeOHardy here for many years
LeucostegiatruncataOSyn. L. immersa. Yet to be tested through cold winter
LophosoriaquadripinnataOHardy here through several winters, remains small
MicrolepiastrigosaOHardy here through several winters
MicrosorummembranaceumO,CYet to be tested through cold winter
MyriopterisalabamensisCPSyn. Cheilanthes alabamensis. Protected from winter rain
MyriopterisaureaCPSyn. Cheilanthes bonariensis, Notholaena aurea. Protected from winter rain. Yet to be tested through cold winter
MyriopterislanosaCSyn: Cheilanthes lanosa
MyriopterismyriophyllaCPSyn. Cheilanthes myriophylla. Protected from winter rain. Yet to be tested through cold winter
MyriopteristomentosaCSyn: Cheilanthes tomentosa. Supplied wrongly named as C. lanosa
NeolepisorusfortuneiOSyn. Microsorum fortunei
Neolepisoruschinense ined.OSyn. Microsorum chinense, M. henryi. Yet to be tested through cold winter
OleandrawallichiiOYet to be tested through cold winter
OnychiumcryptogrammoidesO,OSyn. Onychium contiguum
OnychiumjaponicumO,O
OphioglossumvulgatumC
OsmundaclaytonianaO
OsmundajaponicaOGarden Centre. Labelled as Onoclea sensibilis
OsmundalanceaOGarden Centre. Labelled as O. spectabilis
OsmundaregalisregalisO
OsmundastrumcinnamomeumcinnamomeumOSyn. Osmunda cinnamomea
OsmundastrumcinnamomeumasiaticumOSyn. Osmunda asiatica; O. cinnamomea var. fokiensis
PaesiascaberulaO,OHardy here for many years
ParagymnopterismarantaeCPSyn. Cheilanthes marantae, Notholaena marantae. Protected from winter rain
ParagymnopterisvestitaCSyn. Gymnopteris vestita, Notholaena himalaica
ParapolystichumglabellumOSyn. Lastreopsis glabella Borderline hardiness, survives
ParapolystichummicrosorumpentangulareO,OSyn. Lastreopsis microsora ssp. pentangularis Hardy here for many years but slow
ParathelypterisbeddomeiOSyn. Thelypteris beddomei
PellaeaandromedifoliaCHardy here for many years
PellaeaatropurpureaC
PellaeacordifoliaC
PellaeafalcataO,O
PellaeafalcataCDwarf form
PellaeaglabellaglabellaC
PellaeaintermediaC
PellaearotundifoliaO
PentarhizidiumorientaleOSyn. Matteuccia orientalis, Onoclea orientalis
PeranemacyatheoidesOSyn. Dryopteris peranema. Yet to be tested through cold winter
PhegopterisdecursivepinnataOSyn. Thelypteris decursivepinnata
PhegopterishexagonopteraOSyn. Thelypteris hexagonoptera
PhlebodiumpseudoaureumOSyn. Polypodium areolatum, Phlebodium areolatum. Borderline hardiness, survives
PhymatosoruspustulatusOSyn. Phymatosorus diversifolius, Microsorum diversifolium
PlagiogyriapycnophyllaOYet to be tested through cold winter
PleopeltisguttataCSyn. Polypodium guttatum. Hardy for several winters
PolypodiodesamoenaO,O,CSyn. Polypodium amoenum, Goniophlebium amoenum. Different forms
PolypodiumcalifornicumO
Polypodiumcalirhiza x scouleriO
PolypodiumcambricumO,O
PolypodiummacaronesicumazoricumOHardy here for many years
PolypodiummacaronesicummacaronesicumOBorderline hardiness, survives
PolypodiumglycyrrhizaO
PolypodiumhesperiumC
PolypodiumscouleriO
PolypodiumvirginianumC
PolypodiumvulgareOMadeira form
PolystichumaculeatumO
PolystichumacutidensO,O
PolystichumbigemmatumOYet to be tested through cold winter
PolystichumbrauniiO
PolystichumbrauniiOBPS spores. Wrongly named as P. microchlamys
PolystichumchilenseODifficult
PolystichumdeltodonCDifficult
PolystichumdracomontanumOIdentity to be confirmed
PolystichumdrepanumOHardy here for many years
PolystichumfalcinellumODifficult
PolystichumlentumO,OYet to be tested through cold winter
PolystichumlepidocaulonO
PolystichumluctuosumO,O,OSyn. P. tsus-simense. South Africa and Himalayan forms.
PolystichummacleaeOYet to be tested through cold winter
Polystichumx maderenseONatural hybrid, P. falcinellum x P. setiferum
PolystichummakinoiO
PolystichummanmeienseOSyn. P. nepalense var. subbipinnatum
PolystichummayebaraeOMost plants sold as P. tsus-simense appear to be this.
PolystichummonticolaO,O,OSeveral plants with identities to be confirmed
PolystichummunitumOBPS spores wrongly named P. falcinellum
PolystichumneolobatumO,O
PolystichumnepalenseO
PolystichumparvipinnulumO
PolystichumpiceopaleaceumO
PolystichumpolyblepharumO
PolystichumprescottianumCDifficult here
PolystichumproliferumOHardy here for many years
PolystichumpungensO,OIdentity to be confirmed. Yet to be tested through cold winter
PolystichumretrosopaleaceumO
PolystichumrigensO
PolystichumsquarrosumO
PolystichumstenophyllumO,C
PolystichumtransvaalenseO,O,OYet to be tested through cold winter
PolystichumtripteronO
PolystichumvestitumOHardy here for many years
PolystichumxiphophyllumO,O
PolystichumwawranumOBorderline hardiness, survives
PolystichumyunnanenseO
PseudophegopterislevingeiOSyn. Thelypteris levingei
Pteris actiniopteroidesOHardy through several winters
Pteris creticacreticaOSupplied wrongly named as P. henryi
Pteris creticalaetaOSupplied as P. cretica
Pteris gallinopesCDifficult
Pteris henryiCDifficult
Pteris multifidaOHardy through several winters
Pteris terminalisOSyn. P. excelsa. Yet to be tested through cold winter.
Pteris umbrosaOHardy here for many years
Pteris wallichianaO,OHardy here for many years
PyrrosiaelaeagnifoliaCSupplied wrongly named as P. rupestris. Hardy here for many years
PyrrosiaheteractisOSyn. Pyrrosia lingua var. heteractis. Yet to be tested through cold winter
PyrrosialinguaO,OHardy here for many years
PyrrosialinguaOSupplied wrongly named as P. stigmosa. Less hardy
PyrrosiapetiolosaCYet to be tested through cold winter
PyrrosiapolydactylaOHardy through several winters
PyrrosiaporosaOYet to be tested through cold winter
PyrrosiasheareriOHardy through several winters
PyrrosiatricuspisOSyn. P. hastata. Hardy through several winters
RumohraadiantiformisOClone 1. Usual form available from garden centres. Borderline hardiness, fronds killed in winter
RumohraadiantiformisOClone 2. South American origin,hardy and wintergreen
SelaginellaborealisC
SelaginellabrauniiO
SelaginelladenticulataC
SelaginelladouglasiiO
SelaginellahelveticaC
SelaginellakraussianaOArrived as weed
SelaginellamitteniiCYet to be tested through cold winter
SelaginellamoellendorfiiOClone 1
SelaginellamoellendorfiiOClone 2
SelaginellastauntonianaC
SelaginellatamariscinaCDifficult
SelligueagriffithianaCSyn. Phymatopteris griffithiana. Yet to be tested through cold winter
SerpocauloneleutherophlebiumCSyn. Polypodium eleutherophlebium. Yet to be tested through cold winter
StegnogrammamollissimaOSyn. S. pozoi var. mollissima, Cyclosorus mollissimus, Thelypteris mollissima
StegnogrammapozoiOSyn. Cyclosorus pozoi, Thelypteris pozoi
StegnogrammatottoidesOSyn. Cyclosorus tottoides, Thelypteris tottoides
TodeabarbaraOHardy here for many years
WoodsiaburgessianaCSyn. W. montevidensis var. burgessiana. Yet to be tested through cold winter
WoodsiapolystichoidesC
WoodsiasubcordataC
WoodwardiafimbriataOYet to be tested through cold winter
WoodwardiaproliferaOSyn. W. orientalis misapplied , W. orientalis var. formosana
WoodwardiaradicansO
WoodwardiasemicordataOSyn. W. martinezii misapplied. Yet to be tested through cold winter
WoodwardiaunigemmataO

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