E-Mail Lists

 
The following pteridological e-mail lists / discussion groups exist:
 

BPS

 
To subscribe to BPS, visit the BPS Group Main Page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bps   The BPS list is for members of the British Pteridological Society to discuss society matters of common interest. It is not intended as a list to discuss the botany or growing of ferns, for which another list such as FERNET would be more appropriate. It is limited to BPS members.
 

UK-Ferns

 
To learn more about the uk-ferns group, please visit:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uk-ferns
  "This group is for the discussion of all aspects of fern cultivation, Hardy, tender, bedded out, in pots, tree ferns, sowing spores or anything at all fern related"
     

Ferns
(formerly Fernet)

 
To subscribe to Ferns, send a message with this one line:
SUBSCRIBE FERNS
to: majordomo@hort.net
  "Ferns is a mail-list group that discusses any topic relating to ferns and fern-allies. We welcome participants at all levels from beginner to professional pteridologist. We hope our discussions will be lively and helpful. However, we do ask that participants extend courtesy to each other and that personal flaming be avoided...ferns are delicate, cool organisms and it is hoped that we can all maintain our "cool" too while discussing our favorite organisms. Thank you for your interest in Ferns."
 

tb-pterido

   
To learn more about the tb-pterido group, please visit:
http://fr.groups.yahoo.com/group/tb-pterido
  "Cette liste de discussion est dédiée aux Ptéridophytes (Fougères) : échange d'informations, détermination, listes d'espèces... "
     

Treefern

 
To subscribe to Treefern, visit the Tree Fern Group Main Page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/treefern
   "Welcome to the Yahoo! Tree Fern Group, devoted to the cultivation of tree ferns, that is, ferns forming trunks.
Cibotium, Cyathea and Dicksonia are the main genera, but there are more... Tree ferns are a marked feature in any garden, bringing that irresistible tropical 'jungle look'. Some species, with a little care, are hardier than you might suspect. They are also easy to grow in containers... Tree ferns can get addictive. Enjoy your time here in this your group!... "
 
 
 

 
         
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