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Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos, Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern

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 Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos
Family: Polypodiaceae
Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern
Origin: Tropical America
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageEthnomedical plant.
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 Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos, Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern

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Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos, Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern

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Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos, Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern

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Phlebodium aureum, Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos, Golden Polypody, Golden Serpent Fern, Cabbage Palm Fern

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Platycerium bifurcatum, Platycerium alcicorne, Elkhorn Fern, Staghorn

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Elkhorn Fern, Staghorn
Origin: Australia and New Guinea
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

It is able to grow in a variety of habitats from high in the trees of the rainforest to areas of swamp and open forest. It often grows in large masses on boulders and rock faces in New South Wales, and on trees in Queensland. Platycerium bifurcatum need bright indirect light. New divisions should be misted daily to keep the humidity levels high. Once they are established, the ferns are fairly drought tolerant and should be watered at least twice a week during the growing season. Fertilize on a monthly basis for established ferns. During the winter rest period, water only enough to keep the fronds from wilting. Too much water in winter causes spotting of the fronds.

SIMILAR SPECIES: Platycerium coronarium has fertile leaves forked up to 7x (vs. forked to 5x), and sporangia on rounded or kidney-shaped lobes (vs. on terminal tapering lobes).


 Platycerium bifurcatum, Platycerium alcicorne, Elkhorn Fern, Staghorn

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Stag's horn fern (Stagshorn). Showy, tropical looking epiphyte that can be grown on a tree or in a large hanging basket. It is able to grow high in the trees of the rainforest, often grows in large masses. Long, pendulous, much bifurcated fertile fronds produce spores on special cup shaped appendages. Basal fronds form a crown shaped basket.
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Platycerium coronarium, Stag's horn fern, Staghorn

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Stag's horn fern, Staghorn
Origin: SE Asia
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Showy, tropical looking epiphyte that can be grown on a tree or in a large hanging basket. Long, pendulous, much bifurcated fertile fronds produce spores on special cup shaped appendages. Basal fronds form a crown shaped basket. It is able to grow high in the trees of the rainforest, often grows in large masses. Needs bright indirect light. New divisions should be misted daily to keep the humidity levels high. Once they are established, the ferns are fairly drought tolerant and should be watered at least twice a week during the growing season. During the winter rest period, water only enough to keep the fronds from wilting. Too much water in winter causes spotting of the fronds.

SIMILAR SPECIES: Platycerium bifurcatum has fertile leaves forked up to 5x (vs. forked to 7x), and sporangia on terminal tapering lobes (vs. on rounded or kidney-shaped lobes). P. coronarium and P. bifurcatum which look alike when young.


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Platycerium wandae, Queen Elkhorn Fern

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Queen Elkhorn Fern
Origin: New Guinea
Semi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterOrnamental foliage
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Psilotum nudum, Psilotum triquetrum, Whisk Fern, Skeleton Fork Fern

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Family: Psilotaceae
Whisk Fern, Skeleton Fork Fern
Origin: New Zealand
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Psilotum nudum is an epiphyte that sometimes grows as a terrestial plant in rocky crevices in sandy soils. It is considered a fern ally because it is a spore-producing vascular plant. Whisk fern is native to swamplands and dry rocky cliffs. These are frost-tender, subtropical or tropical, terrestrial or epiphytic (grows on a host, such as a tree, to obtain nutrients, but isn't a parasite) Ferns grown for their interesting skeletal or broom-like fronds. P. nudum, commonly known as Skeleton Fork Fern, grows 2 feet high with a spread of 18 inches. If terrestrial, this Fern's growth is branched and erect; if epiphytic, its growth will be pendulous. The tiny, triangular leaves grow on triangular, branching stems. They are pale green. The leaves bear yellow sporangia.

Psilotum nudum is propagated by division or by spores.


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Pteris cretica , Cretan Brake, Table Fern 

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Family: Pteridaceae
Cretan Brake, Table Fern
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliage
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Pteris cretica 'Wimsettii'


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Pteris ensiformis , Silver Lace Fern, Slender Brake Fern 

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Family: Pteridaceae
Silver Lace Fern, Slender Brake Fern
Origin: Tropical Africa, Tropical Asia, Pacific
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Very decorative, easy to grow fern with narrow leaflets banded in silver and edged in green.


 Pteris ensiformis , Silver Lace Fern, Slender Brake Fern 

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Pteris ensiformis Victoriae
Pteris ensiformis , Silver Lace Fern, Slender Brake Fern 

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Pteris ensiformis Victoriae
Pteris ensiformis , Silver Lace Fern, Slender Brake Fern 

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Pteris ensiformis Victoriae


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Pyrrosia longifolia, Long Felt Fern

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Pyrrosia longifolia 'Monstrose'
 Pyrrosia longifolia
Family: Polypodiaceae
Long Felt Fern
Origin: Southeast Asia
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteOrnamental foliage

These are some of the most beautiful ferns when well grown.


 Pyrrosia longifolia, Long Felt Fern

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Pyrrosia longifolia 'Monstrose'


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Russelia equisetiformis, Firecracker Fern, Coral Plant

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Family: Plantaginaceae
Firecracker Fern, Coral Plant
Origin: Mexico
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

This is a low-growing shrub, distinctive for its long, drooping, usually leafless stems and the almost continuous clusters of small, bright red tubular flowers. Each plant produces many branches and is particularly effective when grown in a raised bed or rock garden so that the flower-laden stems hang down. Another species, R. sarmentosa, is a larger shrub with less showy flowers. Both varieties are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Russelia will grow under both moist and dry conditions, but requires full sunlight and occasional pruning to flower well. Propagation is by division of old plants


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Russelia equisetiformis, Firecracker Fern, Coral Plant

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Russelia equisetiformis - Red Coral Firecracker

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Firecracker fern, Coral plant. Bright red flowers. Low-growing shrub, distinctive for its long, drooping, usually leafless stems and the almost continuous clusters of small tubular flowers. Each plant produces many branches and is particularly effective when grown in a raised bed or rock garden so that the flower-laden stems hang down. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Russelia will grow under both moist and dry conditions, but requires full sunlight and occasional pruning to flower well.
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Russelia equisetiformis - Salmon Firecracker

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Firecracker fern, Coral plant. This is a rare form with salmon-colored flowers. Low-growing shrub, distinctive for its long, drooping, usually leafless stems and the almost continuous clusters of small tubular flowers. Each plant produces many branches and is particularly effective when grown in a raised bed or rock garden so that the flower-laden stems hang down. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Russelia will grow under both moist and dry conditions, but requires full sunlight and occasional pruning to flower well.
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Russelia equisetiformis Yellow

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Firecracker fern. This is a low-growing shrub, distinctive for its long, drooping, usually leafless stems and the almost continuous clusters of small, lemon-yellow tubular flowers. Each plant produces many branches and is particularly effective when grown in a raised bed or rock garden so that the flower-laden stems hang down. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Russelia will grow under both moist and dry conditions, but requires full sunlight and occasional pruning to flower well.This item is certified for shipping to California.
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Schizolobium parahyba, Brazilian Fern Tree, Brazilian Fire-Tree, Tower Tree

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Caesalpinioideae
Brazilian Fern Tree, Brazilian Fire-Tree, Tower Tree
Origin: Central America
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterYellow/orange flowersDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This quite curious tree with straight trunk and showy golden flowers can grow as fast as 10 ft meters per year, to reach up to 60-70 ft or more in natural habitat. It is an indigenous plant of the Atlantic forest of Brazil, also found in Costa Rica in regions with a well defined dry season. The tree has enormous bipinnate leaves that sometimes exceed 6-7 ft in length, so many people confuse this tree with a fern or palm. Native to tropical regions, the tree still can withstand mild frost once established.


  


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