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The Ant fern Lecanopteris sinuosa growing on tree branches in Cambodia. Photo: François Sockhom Mey

The Ant fern Lecanopteris sinuosa growing on tree branches in Cambodia.

The monkey puzzle tree is a very strange and interesting tree. It's native to South America but grows in parks and gardens in other areas as an introduced plant.

The Monkey Puzzle Tree: An Unusual and Endangered Plant

The monkey puzzle tree is a very strange and interesting tree. It's native to South America but grows in parks and gardens in other areas as an introduced plant.

Everything you need to know on how to collect and propagate fern spores.

Fern Glossary and Propagation Guide

Coniogramme japonica (Japanese Bamboo Fern)  plantdelights.com  $13

Coniogramme japonica

Kidney Ferns, Trichomanes reniforme | ©Steve Reekie   (Aotearoa, New Zealand). The Kidney fern, Trichomanes reniforme, is a filmy fern species native to New Zealand. It commonly grows on the forest floor of open native bush. Individual kidney-shaped ferns stand about 5-10 cm tall. They shrivel when they dry out, but open up again when moisture returns. This species has very thin fronds which are only four to six cells in thickness.  In the Māori language they are also called Raurenga.

quiet-nymph: “ Kidney Ferns, Trichomanes reniforme by New Zealand Wild ”

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Young elephant on Safari in Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom, Florida, United States, by BookGuy.

Ridleyandra morganii - Found in central Peninsular Malaysia at elevation around 1200M, the habitat of Ridleyandra morganii is the cool and shade hillside that usually keeps all the moisture. It grows like a ground cover, some even stay at the bole of a tree in the evergreen tropical forest due to the high humidity. The population I saw thrives along the way to Gunung Berembun ... very easy to see them while you trek in the forest.

Found in central Peninsular Malaysia at elevation around the habitat of Ridleyandra morganii is the cool and shade hillside that usu.

Asplenium nidus, better known as birds nest fern is an incredibly beautiful smooth tropical fern

Potential epiphyte in SoCal Zone Would look fascinating mounted in juniper branches in a semi-exposed area, perhaps above current epiphytic garden.

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