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Re: Request for help in identifying a fern

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Request for help in identifying a fern
  • From: "ferns" ferns@fernfactor.co.nz
  • Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 11:54:15 +1300

Hi Denise

try doing a search for www.fernfactor.co.nz on google

we should popp up

regards

Paul Michael
----- Original Message ----- From: "Denise" <101989@lizzy.com.au>
To: <ferns@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 9:45 PM
Subject: Re: [ferns] Request for help in identifying a fern


Hi Brian,
I am new to computor and forum. But Loved Your photo. I have grown
ferns in oz for 30 Years and there is a fern being sold here now as the
lizard fern, microsorium musifolium,but the spore is not as raised but looks
a lot like yours.. But I am wondering if it was collected in the 'wild'
it may be the only one in cultvation. and it may never have been
classified?????

Will there be any spore available for purchase?????

Do you know of a Fern Nursery in NZ Paul Micheal, Fern Factor Ltd, New
Zealand fern specialist. I have been unsucesful in getting his address ????
I do quite well here with NZ ferns and I am hoping to be able to buy spore
of sone little aspleniums I used to grow but no longer have .

I have 'blood ties" with NZ another reason I like NZ ferns my husband
came from Christchursh, and my mother was from Whangerei.

Regrds dee

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