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Re: Elkshorn Fern

I'm no fern expert, but it looks to me like an Asplenium (Hart's tongue).
According to Phillips and Rix, the Cristatum group of A. scolopendrium
produces fronds variously forked at the apex. Its a European sp. and should
be hardy.
Brian Hutchings
Saltspring Island, B.C.,Canada Mintemp-15C
----- Original Message -----
From: <Mclainakag@aol.com>
To: <hortexchange@mallorn.com>
Sent: Monday, November 01, 1999 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: Elkshorn Fern

> Frank
> Well, my fern (that I have been calling Elkshorn) is not a staghorn.  I'm
> gonna attach a pic (hopefully it is okay) and maybe you can help identify
>  Thanks for your help.
> Happy Gardening
> Kemberly McLain
> Katy, Texas  Zone 9

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