3 edition of The ferns of North America found in the catalog.
The ferns of North America
The work cited in the author/title information area of this microfiche (no. 11197) is a 2 volume set. The Institute provides this microfiche as a reference to the complete set. For individual microfiches in this set see CIHM microfiche nos. 11198 and 11199.
|Statement||by Daniel Cady Eaton ; the drawings by J.H. Emerton and C.E. Faxon.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 11197|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (3 fr.).|
Cryptogramma or rock-brake ferns, are very hardy species (zones 2 to 3) from northern North America and Eurasia. They look superficially like parsley, forming tufted plants 10 to 30 cm high. These evergreen ferns can tolerate considerable sun if the soil stays reasonably moist but normally they grow in shaded rock crevices. The American Fern Society is over years old. With over members worldwide, it is one of the largest international fern clubs in the world. It was established in with the objective of fostering interest in ferns and fern allies. We exchange information and specimens between members via our publications and spore exchange.
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Ferns of North America This guide shall serve as a base for those interested in the Pteridophyta division of plants. With any luck, this guide will help the reader understand and identify the ferns of. Peterson Field Guide to Ferns: Northeastern and Central North America, 2nd Edition Paperback – Septem by Boughton Cobb (Author) › Visit Amazon's Boughton Cobb Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author /5(47). Mosses, Lichens and Ferns of Northwest North America (Lone Pine Guide) Paperback – January 1, by Dale Vitt (Author), Janet Marsh (Author), Robin Bovey (Author) & out of 5 stars 18 ratings.
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Ferns of Northeastern and Central North America book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sincewhen the late Boughton C /5.
Desperate for green, and while I am waiting for my own ferns to pop out of the ground, I have been perusing various botanical books, several of which led me to some spectacular plates published right here in Salem in the later nineteenth century: Daniel Cady Eaton’s The Ferns of North America: Colored Figures and Descriptions, with Synonomy and.
Mosses, Lichens and Ferns of Northwest North America book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. The Ferns of North America: Colored Figures and Descriptions with Synonymy and Geographical Distribution, of the Ferns (including the Ophioglossaceœ) of the United States of America and the British North American Possessions, Charles Edward Faxon: Author: Daniel Cady Eaton: Illustrated by: James Henry Emerton, Charles Edward Faxon: Publisher.
Ferns were often used by natives for lining or covering food storage baskets or cooking vessels. Wildlife Value: Ferns have very little value for wildlife. Fronds are occasionally browsed by deer, hare or grouse. Fronds may be used as nesting material by rodents or in dens of larger animals.
Ferns are classified into several different families. TY - BOOK TI - The ferns of North America colored figures and descriptions, with synonymy and geographical distribution, of the ferns (including the ophioglassaceae) of the United States of America and the British North American possessions / VL - v Grasses are notoriously difficult to identify.
Even professional botanists struggle to identify grass. The Manual of Grasses of North America is probably the best field guide to grasses on the continent, but its steep price tag ($80+) means few beginners will be interested.
At the other end of the pricing spectrum lies the slightly older (but. The ferns of North America colored figures and descriptions, with synonymy and geographical distribution, of the ferns (including the ophioglassaceae) of the United States of America and the British North American possessions /Cited by: 3.
One of our most elegant ferns Price: $/qt., larger priced accordingly Status: Limited Supply Adiantum pedatum (Northern Maidenhair Fern, Five-fingered Fern) is a maidenhair fern native to moist woodland in eastern North America. Get this from a library.
Ferns for American gardens. [John T Mickel] -- A guide to the cultivation and use of ferns in gardens offers information on more than four hundred types of ferns and suggests plant combinations. The plant grows in tropical Africa, South America, North America, Australia, tropical Asia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Japan, and Spain.
Whisk fern is unique because it does not have typical vascular plant organs. This plant is a popular garden plant in Japan, and people grow them between decorative rocks. Where found: The Male Fern is one of the most common ferns of the temperate Northern Hemisphere, occurring throughout much of Europe, Asia and North America.
It favours damp shaded areas and is particularly ubiquitous in the understory of woodlands, but also found in shady places on hedge-banks, rocks and screes. Formerly classified as a member of the Dryopteridaceae, Matteuccia has been reassigned to the new much smaller family Onocleaceae.
Distribution. It is a crown-forming, colony-forming plant, occurring in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in central and northern Europe, northern Asia, and northern North : Tracheophytes. The fern genera and species native to the Americas.; For the purposes of this category, the 'Americas' are politically defined in accordance with the World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions.; They include the countries and territories of North America, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America.
A Field Guide to Ferns and Their Related Families: Northeastern and Central North America (Book #10 in the Peterson Field Guides Series) by Cheryl Lowe, Boughton Cobb, 4/5(2). Most ferns have rhizomes, underground stems from which the leaves are produced (Figure 2).
Many ferns have long, creeping rhizomes that form intricate networks underground, and while the leaves may senesce and drop off due to age or cold weather, these rhizomes can persist indefinitely, sending up new leaves year after year.
Systematics of Polystichum in western North America north of Mexico; Pteridologia Number 1. The American Fern Society. Wherry, E., The southern fern guide.
Doubleday, Garden City, New York. Yarborough, S. and A. Powell, Ferns and fern allies of the Trans-Pecos and adjacent areas. Texas Tech University Press, Texas. Back to Ferns Home.Evergreen Native Ferns By Kathy Purdy Janu – Posted in: Native/Invasive 9 comments I t’s so easy to think that nothing is living or growing under the snow, but all you need is a January thaw and a stroll in the woods to see that there are plants that have not given in to the onslaught of cold and snow.The Flora of North America; Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds.
+; Flora of North America North of Mexico. 12+ vols. New York and Oxford. A Field Guide to Ferns and Their Related Families: Northeastern and Central North There is a passable glossary and a large bibliography.
One warning is that this book was written.