maidenhair fern

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The foliage of meadow rue will remind you of maidenhair fern (Adiantum species).
The author describes the numerous options offered by leaves, such as the coolness of a silver dusty miller, the splash of a red-leaved canna and the delicacy of a maidenhair fern.
The fragile-looking fronds of the northern maidenhair fern (Adiantum pendatum) and the more robust appearance of the interrupted fern (Osmunda claytoniana) both contrast with rhododendrons.
The bride's garden bouquet, created by Tulip Design Studio along with the other bouquets and ceremony flowers, featured cream and blush ranunculus, peonies, anemones, and maidenhair fern gathered together by trailing textured ribbons.
This small tree has an attractive, conical outline and unusual fanshaped leaves that resemble those of a maidenhair fern.
These growers love the humidity a terrarium provides: Ajuga, club moss (Sela-ginella), Fittonia, Hypoestes, maidenhair fern, miniature African violets and Sinningia, moth orchids (dwarf forms), Peperomia, and prayer plant.
es Also included in the plan are plants such the nationally scarce maidenhair fern and priority habitats such as lowland hay meadows and limestone heath.
The foliage, which appears first, is delicate and dissected, greatly resembling a maidenhair fern.
The ginkgo - known as the maidenhair tree because of its fan-shaped leaves, which resemble those of the the maidenhair fern - was one of the first trees on Earth.
She carried a romantic garden bouquet of cream and blush ranunculus, peonies, anemones, spray roses, and lisianthus accented with stephanotis vine and maidenhair fern.
Sometimes known as the maidenhair tree, as its fan-shaped foliage looks similar to the maidenhair fern, it is also referred to as the fossil tree as ancient leaves have been found dating back 270 million years, placing it in the age of the dinosaurs.