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Re: Pyrrosia musifolia

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Pyrrosia musifolia
  • From: Regferns@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2004 18:29:37 EST

Microsorum musifolium is entirely different from any of the  Pyrrosias.  The 
species,  Microsorum musifolium  in Jones'  book, is now in tissue culture.  
This plant goes under the name of  Microsorum musifolium 'Crocodylus' or 
simply: Crocodylus.  It was  introduced earlier this year and the tissue culture 
plant appears  stronger than the non-tc plant. I have seen a robust specimen of 
the tc  plant, and rumor has it, that Crocodylus is not as tempermental as the  
non-tc plants.  So, check your local gardening center for a plant.
 
Reggie Whitehead
South Miami, Florida

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