Fronds is a large specialist Fern Nursery specialising in New Zealand Ferns - tree ferns and ground ferns.

Suppliers of New Zealand ferns - tree ferns, ground ferns, Ponga products, larger grade Specimen trees, Shrubs and Citrus Trees...

FERNS, FERNS, FERNS  PLUS SPECIMEN TREES AND FRUIT TREES!!!

If you're looking for New Zealand Ferns and Ponga Products, you've come to the right place!! Fronds is a large specialist Fern Nursery specialising in New Zealand Ferns - tree ferns and ground ferns. We also have a considerable range of exotic ferns as well.

Plus we now offer a range of large grade Specimen trees and Shrubs - see under Products for these. In particular Flowering Cherry (and yes they are Cheery) trees and Maples.

Whether you want a few small ferns to fill a corner of your Garden, or a 3m high specimen Tree Fern for that landscaping feature, we can help you. Ask for Craig or Robin.

Our tree and fruit tree lines are growing in variety and size - call in and see (if near Cambridge) what we have if you are wanting that good look to your garden and instant effect! We are always happy to assist and advise on plantings.

Also check our extensive of larger grade CITRUS - view our Citrus product selection if you are looking for a Citrus tree that is already with fruit on or one which will very shortly to be producing. Citrus are all in 25ltre bags please note and are usually only sold after 18 months growing on so plants are a good size when soldand will have fruit on them.

Check out the information and photos in the Products section, and feel free to contact us if you would like any further information.

Plant list is in alphabetical order - select "Products" which will give you all our range in alphabetical order. If you are looking for just ground ferns as an example then once in Products page select the "Category" box and select "Ground ferns"  then scroll through to one you want to view. If its Citrus trees you want then select "Citrus" and it will only show our Citrus trees.

 

Latest News

Re-locating a tree fern We sometimes get asked the question "we have a tree fern (not sure what variety) and we want to relocate it from its present position - can we do that and will it regrow?"
Notes on Tree Ferns To many people one tree fern looks just the same as any other and we are often asked for a "ponga" and the requester expresses surprise that there is more than one variety!!!