maidenhair fern

  1. any of various small to large terrestrial ferns of the genus Adiantum having delicate palmately branched fronds
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  • Although they don't flower, maidenhair ferns are one of the most popular indoor plants.
  • The ginkgo is also called the maidenhair tree, and gets this name from the resemblance of the leaves to the fronds of the maidenhair fern. Times, Sunday Times
  • The name 'maidenhair' was given to them because the leaves somewhat resemble the leaflets of the maidenhair fern. Times, Sunday Times
  • A larger species of maidenhair fern is often grown in glasshouses and conservatories. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is variety in texture, too, from the fragile laciness of maidenhair fern to the solidity of harts tongue fern.
  • A tributary feeds in and has two stone bridges; the one for infrequent cars is frizzy with maidenhair ferns, two yards away its predecessor for packhorses is painted with lichens.
  • Beneath the mixed hardwood and redwood forest canopy, the light is dim, broken in places into shafts that highlight clusters of maidenhair ferns and lush beds of redwood sorrel, a cloverlike ground cover.
  • Running the length of the backyard is an elevated planting area, which the couple filled with woodland plants - vine maples, hellebores, and maidenhair ferns.
  • Lacy maidenhair ferns fiddle around close to the stems of terrifying arisaemas. Times, Sunday Times
  • Among the ferns are California polypody, maidenhair fern, and golden-back fern.
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