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Re: Looking for ferns

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Looking for ferns
  • From: "Rollins" <willows@rose.net>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 15:31:49 -0400

What is the source of The Maidenhair Ferns in Cultivation?
James A. Rollins

does anyone know of a good source for Adiantums here in the USA?  Not the 15
or 20 that are in the trade, mostly rarer forms (specifically
raddianum/tenerum cultivars)..... The maidenhair ferns in cultivation book
stands dusty on my bookself :-)

many thanks,
Deep Roots Nursery

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