Blechnum spicant


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Noun1.Blechnum spicant - fern with erect fronds of Europe and western North AmericaBlechnum spicant - fern with erect fronds of Europe and western North America; often cultivated for deer browse
hard fern - any of several ferns of the genus Blechnum
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270 m, varios ejemplares creciendo subespontaneamente en el lecho y margenes de un pequeno curso de agua, en ambiente nemoral bajo un dosel arboreo dominado por Salix atrocinerea, Sambucus nigra y Castanea sativa, y en compania de las herbaceas Hypericum androsaemum, Dryopteris dilatata, Athyrium filis-femina, Blechnum spicant subsp.
reuteriana, Circaea lutetiana, Hypericum androsaemum, Polystichum setiferum, Ranunculus ficaria, Scrophularia auriculata, Symphytum tuberosum) and a variety of climatophilous forests (Aquilegia vulgaris, Blechnum spicant, Dryopteris affinis, Dryopteris dilatata, Dryopteris filix-mas, Euphorbia amygdaloides, Hedera hibernica, Holcus mollis, Hyacinthoides non-scripta, Lonicera periclymenum, Luzula sylvatica subsp.
An electron microscopic investigation of the young gametophyte of Blechnum spicant (L.
Ferguson chose a large golden fullmoon maple (Acer japonicum), two deciduous magnolias, and native ferns (Adiantum aleuticum, Blechnum spicant, and Polystichum munitum), plus a few exotics like hellebores, rhododendrons, Siberian irises, smoke tree, and yew.
Ideal for dense shade is the hard fern or Blechnum spicant, but this plant, unfortunately, only thrives on acid or lime-free soil - so it's important to do your plant research before you buy to avoid making mistakes.
Check out Polypodium cambricum, the native Blechnum spicant and Cyrtomium fortunei.
En la zona de estudio hay otras especies de helechos como Pteridium aquilinum, que no presenta esporas, y Blechnum spicant, cuyos gametofitos presentan tricomas, pero muy escasos por lo que no hay confusion.