Osmunda regalis

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Noun1.Osmunda regalis - large deeply rooted fern of worldwide distribution with upright bipinnate compound tufted frondsOsmunda regalis - large deeply rooted fern of worldwide distribution with upright bipinnate compound tufted fronds
osmund, flowering fern - any fern of the genus Osmunda: large ferns with creeping rhizomes; naked sporangia are on modified fronds that resemble flower clusters
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Damp areas with acid soil can also be transformed with a stand of the royal fern, Osmunda regalis, which has gorgeous brown fuzzy fiddle heads that unfurl to light green, airy fronds.
Osmunda Regalis, The Royal Fern has an almost prehistoric feel to its 2.
Esta especie ha sido tratada tradicionalmente como un sinonimo, variedad o subespecie de Osmunda regalis (Love & Love, 1977; Smith, 1981; Mickel & Beitel, 1988; Tryon & Stolze, 1989[1990]; Palacios-Rios, 1990, 1995), complejo constituido por varias especies (Kramer, 1990; Metzgar et al.
And of course there are a great range of ferns that also love damp in the ground, such as Dryopteris filixmas, the male fern with its beautiful shuttlecock-like tufts of fresh green fronds, Osmunda regalis, the royal fern, that turns reddish brown in autumn and Athryium felix-femina, lady fern with its lacy fronds.
Population structure of Osmunda regalis in relation to environment and vegetation: an example in the Mediterranean area.
The Bowden Ferns stand was a masterful composition, including Osmunda regalis Purpurascens and Dryopteris sieboldii, and Harvey's Garden Plants had more lovely plants for shade: Beesia calthifolia, dark Trillium kurabayashii, delicate Primula sieboldii Manakoora and Speirantha convallarioides, a close relative of the Lily of the Valley.
Smith and Pearman (1971) reported Dryopteris cristata, Osmunda cinnamomea, Osmunda regalis, Polystichum acrostichoides, and Thelypteris noveboracensis occurring in Carter and Johnson counties, Tennessee.
Con respecto a otros taxa citados para esta area en trabajos anteriores y del que no se cuenta con material de referencia, como Osmunda regalis L.
The ferns Onoclea sensibilis (sensitive fern) and Osmunda regalis (royal fern) were the dominant herbaceous species encountered (Table 2).
Osmunda regalis, the Royal Fern, was much loved by our Victorian and Edwardian forebears and is still a worthy garden plant for the bog garden or other permanently damp place and, unlike many ferns, will thrive in full sunshine, producing the typical flower spikes in mid to late summer.
5 (common evening primrose) * Osmunda cinnamomea (cinnamon fern) * -- -- -- Osmunda regalis var.