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adiantum pedatum

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Adiantum Pedatum
Adiantum Pedatum Adiantum pedatum There are concealed sporangia at the end of prominent dichotomous veins. An indusium forms by deeply cleft reflexed margins of the pinnule, which darkens as sporangia mature. Return to Main Menu Order Filicales
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Adiantum pedatum
... Adiantum pedatum About PlantFinder List of Gardens Visit Gardens Alphabetical List Common Names Search E-Mail Comments ... Problem Calendar Plants of Merit Pots to Planks Features Volunteers Master Search Praise Gardening Help Adiantum pedatum Kemper Code: J200 Common Name: American maidenhair fern Zone: 3 to 8 Plant Type: Fern ...
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Paghat's Garden: Adiantum pedatum
... 's Garden: Adiantum pedatum Five-Fingered, Northern, or American Maidenhair Fern "And there -- & there -- I watched the maiden-hair." -Clinton Scollard (1860-1932) Adiantum pedatum five-fingered maidenhair fern is native to the ... be variants of the same speces, so outdated references are apt to state that A. pedatum is found throughout the continent. It grows in USDA zones 3 through 8, not found ...
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Adiantum pedatum - maidenhair fern
... Adiantum pedatum - maidenhair fern | home | | hostas | | perennials | | tools, books, & gifts | | FAQ | | nursery | | journal | | gardening forums | Adiantum pedatum. Common maidenhair fern. - Soil: Humus-rich, loose, moist but well-drained Zones: 3 - 8 Mail order or nursery: Adiantum 'Miss ...
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Native Plant Information Network -Adiantum pedatum
... Adiantum pedatum Native Plant Information Network NPIN › Native Plants Database › Go Back Taxonomy Table Taxonomy|Benefits|Bloom|Characters|Growing Conditions|Distribution|Data Source|Images Scientific Name: Adiantum pedatum ... Adiantum pedatum in the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Google: Search Google for Adiantum pedatum FNA: Search Flora of North America for Adiantum pedatum ...
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Order Filicales
... and live in aquatic habitats. Morphology of Order Filicales Family Osmundaceae Osmunda regalis Family Polypodiaceae Adiantum pedatum Athyrium asplendoides Comptosorous rhizophyllus Cysopteris bulbifera Woodsia obtusa Dryopteris spinulosa Onoclea sensibilis Polystichum acrostichoides Pteridium ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... green leaves split into many segments. I grow the dainty fern with the black stems, Adiantum pedatum, behind the snowdrop, and again there is a fine contrast between the hellebore leaves and ...
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Wisconsin Vascular Plants: Search Results
... Adiantum pedatum L. subsp. aleuticum (Rupr.) Calder & Roy L.Taylor Adiantum pedatum L. subsp. calderi Cody Adiantum pedatum L. subsp. subpumilum (W.H.Wagner) Lellinger Adiantum pedatum L. var. aleuticum Rupr. Adiantum pedatum L. var. subpumilum W.H.Wagner Adiantum pedatum ...
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Adiantum aleuticum... Northern Maidenhair Fern
... Adiantum aleuticum... Northern Maidenhair Fern Adiantum aleuticum (syn: Adiantum pedatum) Northern Maidenhair Fern Family: Pteridaceae [Polypodiaceae] (Brake family) Photo taken at Tumwater Canyon, growing out ...
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Adiantum capillus-veneris
... and adjacent areas (Steyermark). It is similar in appearance to northern maidenhair fern (see Adiantum pedatum at J200 herein), except among other things its fronds are unforked. Soft delicate finely ... it is uncommonly found throughout the southern states north to California, South Dakota and Ohio. Adiantum means unwetted because its foliage repels water. The specific epithet comes from Latin and ...
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