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Dryopteris - wood fern, male fern
... fern, male fern | home | | hostas | | perennials | | tools, books, & gifts | | FAQ | | nursery | | journal | | gardening forums | Dryopteris. Wood fern, shield fern, male fern. - Light: Part sun to full shade Soil: Average to rich, moist but ... male fern. (24 - 48") These ferns are mid to dark green, lance shaped and usually upright growing, giving it its common name. It is a very adaptable fern, ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - M
... FERN Adiantum pedatum--American Maidenhair Fern Adiantum raddianum--Maidenhair Fern MAIDENHAIR TREE Ginkgo biloba--Maidenhair Tree MALCOLMIA MARITIMA Malcolmia maritima--Virginia Stock MALE FERN Dryopteris filix-mas--Male Fern ... Maranta--Prayer Plant Maranta Insect Problems MARGINAL SHIELD FERN Dryopteris marginalis--Marginal Shield Fern MARIGOLD Tagetes--Marigold Tagetes Insect Problems Tagetes ...
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"M" Common Name Index
... M" Common Name Index "M" Common Name Index Mace Madder Magnolia Maidenhair Malabar Nut Male Fern Mallows Manaca Mandioca Mandrake Mandrake, American Manna Manzanillo Maples Mare's Tail Marigold Marigold, Bur ...
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Wisconsin Vascular Plants: Search Results
... Underw. Dryopteris filix-mas (L.) Schott * + male fern Dryopteris fragrans (L.) Schott * + fragrant fern, fragrant wood fern Dryopteris fragrans (L.) Schott var. remotiuscula ... fern, northern oak fern Gymnocarpium jessoense (Koidz.) Koidz. subsp. parvulum Sarvela * + Asian oak fern, Nahanni oak fern, northern oak fern Gymnocarpium robertianum (Hoffm.) Newman * + limestone oak fern, scented oak fern ...
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San Diego Fern Society Fern Catalog
... to give a ruffled appearance.[Tropical to temperate; Epiphytic] 15B Dryopteris affinis Scaly Male Fern. Europe, South-west Asia. This fern, or rather a group of ferns known as the D. Affinis complex ... Terrestrial] 8C Dryopteris filix-mas Male Fern. Northern Europe, North America and Asia. This is another of the ferns that formed the foundation of the Victorian fern craze. It likes a shady situation ...
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Alpine Water Fern = Blechnum penna-marina
... Male Fern = Dryopteris filix-mas Mare's Tail Fern = Asplenium polydon Marsh Fern = Thelypteris palustris Mauritius Spleenwort = Asplenium daucifolium Moon Fern = Didymochlaena truncatula Mother Fern = Asplenium bulbiferum Mountain Cliff Fern = Woodsia scopulina Mulga Fern ...
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Fern Allies
... bears a microsporangium which by meoisis produces many microspores which in turn form male gametophytes and male gametes. In Selaginella, gametophytes develop within the actual spores, a phenomenon termed endospory;- ... check out more Selaginella images at the University of Wisconsin . Other fern allies There are 3 other fern allies you should be aware of, although no detailed knowledge of these ...
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Ferns UW Aberystwyth Botanic Gardens
... Devonian fossil record (359 to 353 Mya) and today there are still over 10000 fern species. The largest fern in the Glasshouse is the Angiopteris evecta (right), a representative of the Marattiaceae ... that it looks like roots. It belongs to a minority of 'heterosporous' ferns, with different male (micro-) and female (mega-) spores. Fossil megaspores of the Salvinia type in the Upper Cretaceous ...
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Fern Propagation from spores
... stages of the fern life cycle. Mature plants produce spores on the underside of the leaves. When these germinate they grow into small heart-shaped plants known as prothalli. Male and female cells are produced on these plants and after fertilisation occurs the adult fern begins to develop. Collecting spores To collect spores ...
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Pteridophytes
... indusium. Spores monolete or trilete; germinating to form an avascular prothallus (gametophyte stage) bearing male antheridia and/or female archegonia; gamete transfer and fertilization by water, producing a new ... rows reduced; supported by clusters of roots Lycopodiaceae See also: The Fern Pages A classification of ferns and fern allies Descriptions of ferns and their allies Keys to pteridophytes of ...
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