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Fragrant Cliff Fern Guide - New York Natural Heritage Program

Fragrant Cliff Fern Guide - New York Natural Heritage Program

Lush fern-filled rainforest along the Kepler Track, near Lake Te Anau NZ

Lush fern-filled rainforest along the Kepler Track, near Lake Te Anau NZ

thelypteris noveboracensis - Поиск в Google

Ed Kanze: Finding Common Ferns - Adirondack Explorer

Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern) A fern often found in wet conditions, graceful apperance

Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern) Symbolises dreams in the Victorian language of flowers.

Matteuccia struthiopteris (ostrich fern) I really, really, really want these for my garden!!'

Matteuccia struthiopteris (ostrich fern) I really, really, really want these for my garden!

Dryopteris goldiana (Goldie's Fern) Love this one!

Dryopteris goldiana (Goldie's Fern) Love this one!

New York Fern (Thelypteris noveboracensis)

New York Fern (Thelypteris noveboracensis)

Thelypteris simulata

Thelypteris simulata

Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomea). This is Connecticut's largest fern. Its fiddleheads are food for ruffed grouse, and hummingbirds sometimes use the fuzz on young fronds to line their nests.

This is Connecticut's largest fern. Its fiddleheads are food for ruffed grouse, and hummingbirds sometimes use the fuzz on young fronds to line their nests. Also great as a bug repelled.

Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern  Sun:	Partial,Shade  Moisture:	Dry,Medium  Height:	1'-2'  The firm deep green leaves of Polystichum acrostichoides make it a great companion for woodland wildflowers. Strongly evergreen, fronds of the Christmas Fern were used by early New England settlers for Christmas decorations. Grows best on well-drained slopes with low to moderate fertility, in neutral to strongly acid soils. Not recommended for rich soils or moist areas. Hardy to Zones 3 - 9.

Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern Sun: Partial,Shade Moisture: Dry,Medium Height: 1'-2' The firm deep green leaves of Polystichum acrostichoides make it a great companion for woodland wildflowers. Strongly evergreen, fronds of the Christmas Fern were used by early New England settlers for Christmas decorations. Grows best on well-drained slopes with low to moderate fertility, in neutral to strongly acid soils. Not recommended for rich soils or moist areas. Hardy to Zones 3 - 9.

Interrupted Fern (Osmunda claytoniana)

Interrupted Fern (Osmunda claytoniana)

Dryopteris marginalis (marginal woodfern)

Dryopteris marginalis (marginal woodfern)

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