Athyrium filix-femina


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Noun1.Athyrium filix-femina - most widely grown fern of the genus Athyrium for its delicate foliageAthyrium filix-femina - most widely grown fern of the genus Athyrium for its delicate foliage
fern - any of numerous flowerless and seedless vascular plants having true roots from a rhizome and fronds that uncurl upward; reproduce by spores
Athyrium, genus Athyrium - temperate and tropical lady ferns; in some classifications placed in family Polypodiaceae or in the genus Asplenium
Alpine lady fern, Athyrium distentifolium - a lady fern with deeply cut leaf segments; found in the Rocky Mountains
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Some are deciduous, dying back in winter and among these the Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina) has given rise to numerous cultivars differing in the lace-like dissection of their fronds.
El banco de esporas de Athyrium filix-femina y Dryopterisfilix mas en un pinar de la sierra de Guadarrama.
persicifolia, Daphne mezereum, Pseudotsuga menziesii and Salix purpurea + in 4; Listera ovata and Platanthera chlorantha 1 in 5; Aegopodium podagraria, Clematis vitalba and Cardamine hirsuta r, Athyrium filix-femina, Chaerophyllum hirsutum and Mnium hornum + in 7; Acer pseudoplatanus, Cephalanthera damasonium, Galium mollugo subsp.
The lady fern, Athyrium filix-femina is low growing but needs moist conditions and is an attractive, delicate member of the fern movement.
Hook Beaver Pond: Carex aquatilis, 89.7%; Lysichitum americanus, 2.6%; Athyrium filix-femina, 1.3%; Calamagrostis canadensis, 1.3%; Equisetum fluviatile, 1.2%.
The spore bank of Athyrium filix-femina and Dryopteris filixmas in a Scottish pine wood of the Guadarrama mountain range
salicetosum atrocinereae, occurring at the supratemperate levels of the Galician-Leonese ranges of Courel and Ancares (Western Orocantabrian sector in the Rodriguez Guitian & Ramil-Rego biogeographical classification), and distinguishable from the typical subassociation by the presence of plants such as Salix atrocinerea, Blechnum spicant, Chaerophyllum hirsutum, Cirsium palustre, Adenostyles hybrida and Athyrium filix-femina (IZCO& al., 1986).