3 responses to “Adiantum aleuticum”

  1. Lynn Wohlers

    The links to Peter del Tredici’s work are fascinating. He thinks through common assumptions and marries intelligence with practice. Really inspiring. Thank you!

  2. Karla Murray

    How interesting – my eastern native ones are just beginning to come up, being the last of five other fern species to break ground and unfurl here.
    The stems are blacker and appear less ‘succulent’ and more rigid. Also the fronds before they unfold (about the stage of this photo) are very dark also – a purple black.
    On another note, the native morels have just finished ‘blooming’, and it was exceptional this year with some as large as my palm.
    I consider myself fortunate to have found this site – one is never too old to gain knowledge!
    I have recently attended a symposium regarding ‘alien’ species and protection of natives – it was this botanist’s concensus that some groups of natives have several hundred years of familial history within their groups – for my lack of another way to explain it – an untarnished tribe in the wilderness. Most interesting…

  3. Beverley

    Adiantum aleuticum – Z3-8 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

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