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Rhachidosorus consimilis
Rhachidosorus consimilis
Rhachidosorus consimilis
Rhachidosorus consimilis
Rhachidosorus consimilis is a medium-sized creeping fern that grows in hillside and low mountain forests on rocks in damp areas, as well as on limestone cliff sides with sufficient moisture. It does best in soils with a lot of calcium, and can often be found growing under bushes.
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Black Spleenwort
Black Spleenwort
Black Spleenwort (Asplenium adiantum-nigrum) has a delicate texture but is actually an incredibly rugged little fern! It grows best in rocky, shady spots. It can be found across the globe and can thrive where other ferns would otherwise wilt, such as along lava flows and on the cinder cones of volcanoes.
Leatherleaf fern
Leatherleaf fern
Leatherleaf fern (Rumohra adiantiformis) is an evergreen fern that will grow up to 91 cm tall and 91 cm wide. Its deep green, leather-like fronds make the perfect backdrop or ground covering for shady areas of the landscape or garden. It thrives in partial shade to partial sun. Perfect for cutting and adding to floral arrangements.
Squirrel's-Foot Fern
Squirrel's-Foot Fern
Squirrel's-Foot Fern is generally found in China and Japan. Like its relatives, the squirrel's-Foot Fern grows out of fuzzy rhizomes that resemble animal’s feet, giving the plant its common name. These ferns can be grown indoors as houseplants.
Dotted beadfern
Dotted beadfern
A notably hairy ground fern, dotted beadfern (Hypolepis punctata) is distinguishable by the sticky texture of its stems and new fronds, courtesy of tiny glands on the tips of its hairs. This cultivar is a relatively large fern, with fronds reaching up to 1.5 m long.
Diplazium kawakamii
Diplazium kawakamii
Diplazium kawakamii is a lush fern that thrives in the damp, shaded undergrowth of forests. Its fronds unfurl elegantly, often reaching a considerable length, and are characterized by a feathery, delicate appearance. The plant's symmetry and the gentle arch of its fronds are hallmarks, inviting closer observation of their intricate, deep green foliage which provides a vivid backdrop in its natural habitat.
Monachosorum flagellare
Monachosorum flagellare
Monachosorum flagellare is a medium-sized evergreen plant. It has fine hairs on the back of the leaves, but not on the front, which can be used as a feature to distinguish it. It is native to south China and Japan.
Austral lady fern
Austral lady fern
Austral lady fern (Diplazium australe) was once considered very uncommon but due to human involvement, is now a widespread, urban fern. It's easy to confuse this fern with Deparia petersenii subsp. congrua (Japanese Lady Fern), however, you can tell them apart by comparing their fronds as austral lady fern fronds are larger and more divided.
Limpleaf fern
Limpleaf fern
Limpleaf fern typically thrives in the understory of dense tropical forests, showcasing its affinity for warm, humid environments. This fern exhibits sprawling fronds that can span up to a meter, characterized by delicate, lace-like leaflets that gracefully unfurl from thin, wiry stems. The soft green foliage may give limpleaf fern a feathery appearance, inviting a touch, while its penchant for shady nooks highlights its role as a versatile ground cover in its native habitat.
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Rhachidosorus consimilis is a medium-sized creeping fern that grows in hillside and low mountain forests on rocks in damp areas, as well as on limestone cliff sides with sufficient moisture. It does best in soils with a lot of calcium, and can often be found growing under bushes.
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