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Resurrection Fern

Resurrection Fern

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 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.

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Wrightia-Religiosa-Water+(16).jpg.

False Dandelion Hypochoeris radicata

False Dandelion Hypochoeris radicata

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