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Pteris

The genus Pteris belongs to the Pteridaceae family and includes 187 species, distributed in tropical and subtropical areas.


  • Pteris cretica

    Family : Pteridaceae.

     Lamina is ovate, matt dark green, once-pinnate, on a long stipe. Pinnae are ribboned and can reach 20 cm long, they are connected to the rachis by a wing. The sterile fronds are arching, whereas the fertile fronds are upright and slender. Sori are in lines under the pinnae margins.. This species enjoys all soils, acidic or calcareous, without excess water, in shade or light shade. It is also a good indoor fern, easy to grow. Evergreen fronds. Height : 30/70 cm. Hardiness : -10°C.

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  • Pteris dentata

    Family : Pteridaceae.

    Fern often grown indoor. The tripinnate-pinnatifid fronds are a beautiful emerald green. The toothed pinnae are curved. It is suitable for containers, or in a moist soil in the shade. Height and Width:80cm. Hardiness : -7°C.

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  • Pteris tremula

    Family : Pteridaceae.

    Lush fern ! The evergreen or semi-evergreen pinnae are triangular, broad, tripinnate-pinnatifid, bright green. It enjoys cool to moist soils in the shade. Height and width:70/80cm. Hardiness :-7°C.

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  • Pteris vittata

    Family : Pteridaceae.

    Terrestrial and lithophilous fern, with oblanceolate, pinnate, evergreen fronds, in erect or drooping clump. The pinnae are linear and tough. This fern likes cool and drained soils, as well as rockeries, limestone walls, where it spreads by spores, in the sun or in partial shade. You can also keep it in a veranda. Height and width:60/80cm. Hardiness : -5°C.

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  • Pteris wallichiana

    Family : Pteridaceae.

     Impressive fern by its span and its beauty ! Pinnae are arranged in broad horizontal umbels, on long stipes. One single frond is 60cm wide. Width : 1,50 cm. Height : 1m/1.30m. Hardiness : -12°C.

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