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Osmunda claytoniana

  • Subject: [ferns] Osmunda claytoniana
  • From: Hal or Nancy Robinson robyn82@bellsouth.net
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 20:33:36 -0400

For me it would take from spore to spores, atleast 5 years.  Under the
ideal growing conditions and fertilizing program maybe 4 years.  But if
you do not start now you will never have fertile ferns or any little
ones either.  Mine do not have spores very often anyway.  They must get
too dry but several are planted down by the spring and creek but then I
do not have very fertile soil just sand.
Nancy Robinson  Tennessee

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