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Lepisorus

 The genus Lepisorus belongs to the Polypodiaceae family, and includes 25 tropical and epiphytic species. Fronds are entire, lanceolate, upright. The big golden sori, typical of Polypodiaceae, are distributed on the pinnae underside. The rhizome is creeping on surface.


  • Lepisorus macrosphaerus f. maximus

    Family : Polypodiaceae.

     Evergreen, epiphytic fern in nature. The fronds are undivided, lanceolate, 4cm wide, tough, wavy. Rachis and veins are brown. The rhizome creeps and branches. You can grow it in a cool and drained soil, or on a green wall, in shade. Height : 40cm. Hardiness : -12°C.

    From 7.00 €
  • Lepisorus tosaensis

    Family : Polypodiaceae.

    Epiphytic fern in nature. The fronds are undivided, linear, sturdy, satin, bright green, on a thick and creeping rhizome. You can grow it in a cool and drained soil, or on a green wall, in shade. Evergreen. Height : 30cm. Hardiness : -12°C.

    From 12.00 €