woodsia

NOUN
  1. any fern of the genus Woodsia
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  • Naturally enough the greater number are rock ferns -- pellaea, cheilanthes, polypodium, adiantum, woodsia, cryptogramma, etc., with small tufted fronds, lining cool glens and fringing the seams of the cliffs. The Yosemite
  • Some woodsias flourish on the north shore of Lake Superior.
  • In dry weather, rusty woodsia fronds dry out and curl up, but they can turn green again after a rain.
  • The leaves of oblong woodsia are densely covered with hairs on both surfaces giving a velvety appearance to younger leaves, whilst alpine woodsia leaves only have hairs on the lower surface.
  • I have some rusty woodsias and I swear they look just like another fern.
  • Northern woodsia occurs on rock cliffs, crevices, talus, and rocky, boreal woods in sun to partial shade.
  • The ferns were developed in remarkable beauty and size -- aspidiums, one of which is about six feet high, a woodsia, lomaria, and several species of polypodium. Travels in Alaska
  • Oregon and Rocky Mountain woodsia hybrid are native to Minnesota.
  • Approximately 160 species of phanerogams, three club-mosses Lycopodium annotinum, Diphasiastrum alpinum and Huperzia selago, two horsetails Equisetum arvense and E. variegatum, and four ferns Cystopteris fragilis, Dryopteris fragrans, Woodsia ilvensis and Woodsia glabella occur in the nominated area. Ilulissat Icefjord, Denmark-Greenland
  • Ebony spleenwort, polypody, lipferns, woodsias and grape ferns are all possibilities to plant with your forget-me-nots, small phloxes, Jacob's ladder, primroses, violets and veronicas.
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