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That fern is really going for it! Lovely to see so much greenery
Thank you, Belinda.
We have ferns self seeding in our garden but you have more variety, I love ferns.
yes, I love wild ferns too. Our garden looks so natural.
Once again you have demonstrated where a plant is happy to grow. The maidenhair fern is sold as a houseplant here (UK) and I have never seen it as happy as it is in your back yard.
Thank you. They all grow wildly, self grown, so natural. I really love them.
I love ferns, but I don't have them in my garden. You have a lot of interesting varieties.Greetings:)
Thank you, Lucia. have a great day...
The fern (like the one in your last picture) that grows like a weed in my garden has very thick roots. I have pull so hard to get rid of the roots, yikes!
Yes, that's right Stephanie. They are so tough
Ferns can grow well anywhere but they look very nice in a hanging pot
Dearest Endah,Yes, ferns do easily adhere to bricks or anything rough enough to hold onto. The high humidity in the air provides enough for them to survive.Hoping you and your loved ones are well!Tonight I will launch my 24th Indonesia post... might this time need lots of help from within Indonesia. A country so dear to our hearts and with fond memories about our happiest years.Hugs,Mariette
Dear Mariette, hoping you Will always happy and healthy with your family. Thank you
Low maintenance plants but look so beautiful. I often spot them in the parks near small drains.
Wow, sounds so interesting
Hello! Good to see that your still posting! Beautiful ferns! Take care!