ferns recapture glory days of Victorian gardens
Huddersfield Examiner - Huddersfield,UK - 19 Jan 2008 Cached
Dryopteris affinis, the Golden Male Fern, can reach 90 cm (36in)
tall and has produced some wonderful variations with twisted and
congested fronds that add ...
Friends in the City
Gothamist, NY - 11 Aug 2007 Cached
Ferns could be described as biological pioneers. The plants' spores
float to inhospitable locales and flourish, creating biological
and envrionmental ...
Guardian Unlimited - 30 September 2006 Cached
Sleek, sculptural ferns are the perfect plants for a modern look.
Ferns are prehistoric-looking things that have been around for
millions of years, so it is ...
Look to Ferns to Create Novel Energy Scavenging Device ...
AZoNano.com, Australia - 17 Sep 2006 Cached
University of Michigan scientists looked to ferns to create a novel
energy scavenging device that uses the power of evaporation to move
itself---materials that ...
ferns that saved the planet
Scotsman, United Kingdom - 1 June 2006 Cached
THE Arctic was once a balmy subtropical paradise with palm trees,
alligators and an average temperature of 74F, scientists revealed
tassel fern loves humidity, mossy areas
Miami Herald, FL - 14 May 2006
Description: Lumped in with plants called ''fern allies,'' club
moss, or rock tassel fern, is a beautiful tropical plant that is
not so far removed ...
could be the answer to your gardening question
Seattle Times, United States - 13 May 2006
... To the unaccustomed eye, one fern can look pretty much like
another lacy and green. ... Think, too, of the overall shape
of the fern you are using. ...
fern that just suddenly appears
Miami Herald, FL - 7 May 2006
... And finally, like ferns, Psilotum has a two-stage life: spores
germinate and form one kind of plant that produces male and female
organs, which must unite to ...
Washington Post, United States - 15 Apr 2006
... 106 miles of track, much of it underground, some of it deep
underground. ... veneris , or common maidenhair fern, provide surprising
splashes of green amid the ...
Marianne: Sword ferns will enjoy a little company
Seattle Post Intelligencer - 14 Apr 2006
By MARIANNE BINETTI. Q: I have a wooded area under some trees that
is partly shaded and there are native sword ferns growing there
gardens love ancient ferns
Toronto Star, Canada - 13 Apr 2006
Ferns are ancient and elegant. ... "Ferns really cool the
garden down," Nina Aprile is saying from Wild Things Plant
Farm in Clifford, Ont. ...
plants inspire fern feature
BBC News - 12 Mar 2006
Using a stumpery - an area of hardwood tree stumps - as a base,
the fern collection at Parc Glynllifon near Caernarfon now has over
a 100 plants. ...
richness and distribution of ferns along an elevational gradient
in Costa Rica
Am J Botany (subscription) - 20 Jan 2006
... within plant functional types along an elevational gradient
and the potential mechanisms driving such changes, we studied
species richness of ferns at six ...
problems: boxes, ferns and mystery gadgets
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - 13 Jan 2006
... What is the best way to treat ferns in the garden? Last ...
Georgina Rowsell, Rutland. Most of the ferns we grow are not evergreen.
still out on 'arsenic eating' fern
Science Daily (press release) - 23 Dec 2005
Katrina soil may pose health risks (December 14, 2005) -- A Texas
Tech University study suggests lead in soil and sediment disturbed
by Hurricane Katrina might ...