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Santa Rosa fern

  • Subject: [ferns] Santa Rosa fern
  • From: Catharine Guiles cguiles@maine.rr.com
  • Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 12:15:16 -0500

Hello, Fernet friends,
    Here's a modest query.
    My sister-in-law, who lives in Sarasota, Florida, recently bought an
unlabeled fern at Selby Gardens and, when I visited recently, asked me what
it was.  We went to the SG plant shop to see if there were others for sale.
There were, and they were labeled "Santa Rosa fern."  This plant looked to
me like a polypody, perhaps an immature Phlebodium aureum.  I could not find
it in any of my books.
    Is this a cultivar of P. aureum?  Or ???
    Thanks for any help,
    Catharine Guiles
    New Gloucester, ME  (snow has mostly melted and daffys are coming up!).   

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