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Licorice fern: The rhizomes were used medicinally by native americans as a treatment for the cold and sore throats. They also were chewed for their licorice flavor.

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Polypodium glycyrrhiza (Licorice Fern) –the soft, green fern that you see in the woods on logs and stumps and on mossy tree trunks (especially big leaf maples), that looks kind-of-like-but-not-quite-like a small version of Sword Fern. This dainty specimen has fronds that grow only 10-12 inches long, thriving in moist, mossy settings, especially happy on mossy tree trunks, stumps and branches. Vigorous when its needs are met, languishes in dry conditions.

Polypodium glycyrrhiza (Licorice Fern) –the soft, green fern that you see in the…

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cactus in terracotta pots! Best color combo around love the b & w photos in back Office decor

Chartreuse reindeer moss and air plants add color to this staghorn fern...

Chartreuse reindeer moss and air plants add color to this staghorn fern.

Pacific wax myrtle.  This thing can get really, really big and shrubby.  I have nowhere to put it, but it's a great plant if you have the space.

Pacific Wax Myrtle: leaves can be used to make maroon dye.

Athyrium filix-femina (lady fern) « Native plants for a Cape Cod ...

Athyrium filix-femina (lady fern) « Native plants for a Cape Cod .

Woodwardia fimbriata (Giant Chain Fern) – the largest and most statuesque of our native ferns, the leathery, arching fronds growing 4-6 feet in length!  It is a beautiful, almost prehistoric looking plant, commanding a real space in the garden.  Shade or sun or something in-between, it is a statuesque, commanding presence.  Give it water and space and you will have a real specimen fern.

Woodwardia fimbriata (Giant Chain Fern) – the largest and most statuesque of our native ferns, the leathery, arching fronds growing feet in length!

35 Pest and Disease Remedies - great post lists how to protect your gardens from animals insects and diseases using ingredients you probably have on hand.

35 Pest and Disease Remedies ~ Turn to your pantry and medicine cabinet for simple solutions to common garden problems!

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