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Common Polypody. Distinct native fern often found growing on trees and walls in damp places. Evergreen leathery primitive looking fronds grow from horizontal underground stems. Height 30cm. Gently creeps along with underground rhizomes.
Polypody, Common polypody, Adder's fern, Wall fern, Golden maidenhair
Polypodium vulgare (Polypody). This species produces thick, creeping rhizomes. The fronds are evergreen and about 30cm long they are borne on wiry stems.
They will grow easily in any moist, well-drained soil in dappled shade.
Ground cover, under shrubs, rocky banks.
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