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Re: fern id

Kitty, it looks to me like a version of Nephrolepsis exaltata, a fancy        
  "Boston" fern of which there are numerous cultivars.  The asparagus
fern, which is not a fern at all, has thorny stems.  Is that the case here?
I may be wrong, of course - frequently am - but look into some of the
"Fluffy Ruffles" relatives.

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