Dryopteris


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Smith and Pearman (1971) reported Dryopteris cristata, Osmunda cinnamomea, Osmunda regalis, Polystichum acrostichoides, and Thelypteris noveboracensis occurring in Carter and Johnson counties, Tennessee.
the fern, Gleichenia linearis; or the edible fern shoot, Dryopteris cochleata
The low ground vegetation comprised herbs (Carex pilulifera, Anthoxanthum odoratum, Luzula pilosa, Dryopteris carthusiana, Teucrium scorodonia, Scrophularia nodosa, and Silene dioica) or sparse brambles located under dense spruce (Picea abies) or oak (Quercus robur, Q.
The buckler ferns, Dryopteris, have the fragrance of newly- mown hay, while the mountain fern (Oreopteris limbosperma) smells of lemons.
2012) investigated the impact of radioisotopes in the soil on a population of Dryopteris carthusiana (Vill.
These were Dryopteris spinulosa, Osmunda cinnamomea, and Rubus allegheniensis.
And of course there are a great range of ferns that also love damp in the ground, such as Dryopteris filix-mas, the male fern with its beautiful shuttlecock-like tufts of fresh green fronds, Osmunda regalis, the royal fern, that turns reddish brown in autumn and Athryium felix-femina, lady fern with its lacy fronds.
Our common fern, Dryopteris filix-mas, although rather coarse in appearance, is exceptionally hardy and looks particularly good growing from a rocky crevice while the evergreen Asplenium adiantum-nigrum is a fine plant all year round.
The shrub layer consists mainly of witch hobble (Viburnum lantanoides) and beech, with ground cover consisting of ferns (mostly Dryopteris spinulosa) and forbs.
Howe's sedge Carex disperma (*E) Deway Two-seeded sedge Cornus amomum Miller Silky dogwood Dryopteris spp.
During the summer there is a high production of herbaceous plants, including many important browse species like Cicerbita alpina, Equisetum fluviatile, Athyrium filix-femina, Matteuccia struthiopteris, and Dryopteris expansa (Saether and Heim 1993).
Larger pinnae mostly more than 5cm long; rhizome robust: indusium covering top of sorus: Dryopteris