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... Camptosorus, Diplazium, Polystichum, Ampelopteris, Huperzia and a number of other genera. Some species with long creeping rhizomes can extend over large areas and it may not be obvious that ... another. Large brakes or open areas can be covered by scrambling ferns with creeping underground rhizomes in this manner; Gleicheniaceae genera (Gleichenia, Sticherus, Dicranopteris) and bracken (Pteridium) ...
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Canary Islands Laurel Forest
... Hedera Helix Canariensis (Araliaceae) Hedra It is a creeping igneous plant which, in the Canary Islands substitutes ... creeping plant with evergreen opposite leaves. The purple-blue or violet flowers are not very big and they are characterised by a calyx canal up to 15 centimeters long ... long creeping rhizome which is completely covered with reddish hairs. The green leaves are up to 45 centimeters long ...
www.canaryislandflora.com

Hardy Ferns:
... divisions; blade has sparse hairs; stipe and rachis have small spines Comments: Easy to grow; long creeping rhizomes; naturally occurs in moist, open woods with wet soil Cultivars: N/A Additional Image ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Cyp bed construction
... . This is because there grows later Cyp. japonicum and Cyp. formosanum. These two are making long creeping rhizomes, which should not lay in the drainage or even deeper. Last week I lifted ...
www.cypripedium.de

Hints for growing and taming aggressive mint
... in full sun or partial shade - it may take over your garden. Mint reproduces from long, creeping stems that spread out just under the soil surface whenever they get a chance. Mint ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Hints for growing mint
... in full sun or partial shade - it may take over your garden. Mint reproduces from long, creeping stems that spread out just under the soil surface whenever they get a chance, explained ...
extension.oregonstate.edu
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Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... . Rhizomes long-creeping, fronds distant; laminae broadly ovate, ovato-triangular or near pentagonal; stipes usually longer than lamina or as long as ... de qin leng jue Rhizomes long-creeping. Fronds distant; fertile fronds 45--60 cm; stipes 20--25 cm long, 1.5--3 mm ... long-creeping, clothed with brownish ovato-lanceolate scales at apex. Fronds distant; fertile fronds 18--40 cm; stipes 11--25 cm long, ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Lindsaeaceae [First Draft]
... Rhizome long-creeping, epiphytic; scales on rachis lanceolate, with 6--12 rows of cells at base---------------1. L. merrillii ssp. yaeyamensis 1b. Rhizome short-creeping, rarely long-creeping, ... long-creeping, scandent, castaneous, sparsely covered with lanceolate scales; scales lanceolate, reddish brown, 6--12 cells wide at base; entire, spreading. Fronds distant, 2--3 cm apart; stipes 1--8 cm long ...
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How to Grow Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalia Procumbens) - eHow.com
... about 4 inches high and 6 to 8 inches long. Instructions STEP 1: Check out nurseries for seedlings, which ... How do I grow creeping zinnia? What flowers love hot dry conditions? Where should I plant creeping zinnia? What plants ... Related Ads Related Articles Grow Floss Flower (Ageratum Houstonianum) Grow Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalia Procumbens) Grow Moss Rose (Portulaca grandiflora) Grow Calliopsis ...
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Mint, Mentha
... , healthy plants for the new season. Mint can definitely be very invasive. Mint reproduces from long, creeping stems that spread out just under the soil surface whenever they get a chance. If ...
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