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RE: Greetings Fern Folk!

  • Subject: RE: Greetings Fern Folk!
  • From: "Tom Stuart" <tstuart@westnet.com>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 10:49:19 -0500

Several Pyrrosia are from temperate climates. Last winter here with the minimum 
around 0F (-16C) both linearifolia and lingua came through, the latter somewhat 

Probably the hardiest Pyrrosia is P. petiolosa which is found in Mongolia. I 
don't think it is in commerce.

HOWEVER, most Pyrrosia are tropical and will croak when they see snow.

Tom Stuart, New York

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