The ferns in the Fernery are progressing nicely. just one or two in pots look like they are attractive to slugs/snails. The main one is the top photo. Coniogramme japonica flavo-maculata the Bamboo fern. It started into growth after the other ferns and then was cut back by slugs/snails taking the new croziers. There are slug pellets evident in the photo and I watered with Nematodes. With those barriers, let's hope this new growth succeeds. Blechnum brasiliense 'Volcano' is the other fern I think is suffering so that's been moved and a few pellets added to the pot.
The second photo is of Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae' doing it's 'cross thing' with the pinnae, now it just needs to get bigger.
The last photo is of MrsG's favourite, Athyrium filix-femina ‘Frizelliae’ the Tatting fern. This low growing fern has filled in very well and the pinnae shape contrasts with the other ferns.
It's very much a relief to discover that the ferns all appear to have very short names