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Of a fern frond, the primary division or leaflet of a pinnate leaf.
1) The fleshy leaf of a bulb.2) A fern whose leaves have rust-coloured scales covering the whole of their undersides.
A simple reproductive cell of non-flowering plants, eg, ferns and fungi. It's highly capable of surviving in unfavourable conditions.
Going to do raised beds for tropical style garden with plants like palms, ferns, caster oil plant,cordylines and bamboo, would i start with a layer of stones then soil for drainage. Advice please. Bamboo and fern do not really need drainage
This combination of begonia, pelargonium and fern plants will brighten up a shady area. Although unlikely bedfellows, they all enjoy a lightly shaded spot and make an impressive display. The begonia and fern plants will provide interesting shape
My carrots have grown well and are now nearly ready. I've noticed that the 'leaves' of some of the carrots are slightly frazzled ... has anybody any ideas why ? thanks Chris Frazzled how? A bit more fern-like? If so, could be staring to go to seed.
I had just submitted suggestions for an area of damp shade, when I spotted the advice on the GW newsletter to: Read Pippa Greenwood's bog. Good idea. Ferns are my favourite plant for any shady spot! (Just thought I would throw that out there.)
Hello, I have no idea if im even doing this right as I have never done this before. I need some advice on some land I have just purchased which I am clearing. This land is alongside my house and has been over grown with brambles and big green ferns
to develop, which you can use as cuttingsPot on houseplants and ferns into slightly larger potsInsulate the greenhouse with polythene to improve insulation and seal windows
I let my asparagus plants produce ferns a couple of months ago and some of these are now turning brown but I noticed yesterday that they have started producing new spears. Can I cut these or should they also be left to seed. This has never happened