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Gymnocarpium


  • Gymnocarpium dryopteris

    Family : Cystopteridaceae.

    Oak fern

    Magnificent ground-cover ! We find this native fern with dynamic growth in cool woodlands or shady screes, on acidic soils. The lamina is triangular, horizontal, bright green and velvet, on a thin, erect stipe. The rhizome is branching and creeping. Deciduous. Height : 15/20cm. Hardiness : -35°C.

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  • Gymnocarpium robertianum

    Family : Cystopteridaceae.

    This lime-loving and montaneous native fern is quite rare. It enjoys fresh and shady rockeries or limestone screes. It can tolerate light shade but not drought. The lamina is triangular, horizontal, green, not so bright and leafy as G. dryopteris. The axis and the lamina are covered with glandular hairs, giving a musky odour when creased. The rhizome is creeping and branching. Deciduous. Height : 15/20cm. Hardiness : -35°C.

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