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Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #166

  • Subject: [ferns] Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #166
  • From: "don" don@nefern.info
  • Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2005 17:15:27 -0500

Yes, young Dryopteris I think. Check for shaggy brown scales at the base of the stipe.

How long have you had the bonsai pot? As in, did this grow from a spore that was in the soil when you bought it, or from one that blew in while you owned it?  If the former, what was the country of origin of the bonsai?

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> From: "ferns DIGEST" <ferns-owner@hort.net>
> Subject: ferns DIGEST V1 #166
> Sent: Apr 29 2005 11:01:00
>  ferns DIGEST          Friday, April 29 2005          Volume 01 : Number 166
>  In this issue:
>          [ferns] Name of this fern?
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>  Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 14:44:50 +0100
>  From: "Larry Shone" <greenlarry@ntlworld.com>
>  Subject: [ferns] Name of this fern?
>  Hi, I'm noew to the group and have an interest in all plants and would love a
>  fern collection too one day!
>  Does anyone know the name of this small fern. I say small as it appeared in a
>  pot one day( a small bonsai I was growing) and seemed to be a small fern,tho
>  it did get too big for that pot!
>  I have since poted it up in a rectangular pot and its siting on the klitchen
>  windowsill till it gets settled in.
>  I think it may be a Dryopteris but am not sure.
>  Many thanks
>  Larry
>  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/Dawnrider/fern002.jpg
>  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v11/Dawnrider/fern_leaf.jpg
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>  End of ferns DIGEST V1 #166
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