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The absurdity of dangling from a single rope far above the ferns below was put into perspective quickly.
Dawn mists cling to the leaves of ginger and mango trees erupting out of a tangle of ferns, rattan and yam vines.
There are lush green ferns, complex undergrowth and stunning waterfalls.
The effect is more pronounced on plants with small hairlike structures, such as ferns, that hold the water droplet in place.
Corridors zigzagging between them, and ferns and mosses growing out of the walls.
Soon it will be the sky of early spring, stretching above the stubborn ferns and violets.
Inside, the waiting room was humid and jungly, full of ferns.
On the ground, mosses and ferns sparkling with tiny droplets festooned fallen logs.
Outside, healthy ferns and fuchsias cascaded from hanging baskets, and nasturtiums bordered the brick walk.
We rolled small boulders down the incline of ferns until they cracked angrily against something at the base of the ravine.
And if fiddlehead ferns start getting touted on menus, then this green-market business will have definitely gone too far.
His rain forest has a lacy canopy, a shady understory, and plenty of orchids and tree ferns in between.
Supplement existing plants, such as the azaleas and ferns pictured above, with an edging of white cyclamen.
Ferns, hostas, and hydrangeas border a handmade rock waterfall.
Runoff flows down a wall of alders, maples, and ferns as if gently weeping into the stream below.
She rowed upstream to see wood ducks, canvasbacks, and ospreys and to search for tiger salamanders in the ferns.
They cleared briars and stinging nettles and planted the first bed with hostas and ferns.
The inn boasts sprawling porches with ferns, wicker furniture and decorations that change with each season and holiday.
Epiphytes include orchids, bromeliads and a few ferns.
The gardens contain a range of ferns, azaleas and other collections of plants.
The hotel also has an elegant balcony garden lush with ferns, potted plants and brightly colored flowers.
It features murals, hanging ferns, a candle spa and a mirrored-ceiling fitness room.
Ferns, cacti, bromeliads and palms dazzle year-round.
Gigantic ferns are interspersed with delicate wild orchids.
Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the conservatory to see dozens of species of native and exotic plants, ferns and flowers.
Evidence of this appears in many ways, from fossils to ancient artwork with ferns as their motif.
There were luxuriant tree ferns as much as fifty feet high.
By the end of the period the first ferns, horsetails, and seed plants had also appeared.
Forest floors are covered with ferns and mosses and the trees themselves drip with lichen.
Then new kinds of pollen appear, from species such as ferns that prefer marsh or dry land.
Liverworts and ferns piled out of the mosses, and lichens coated and colored everything in between.
Bright eyes peered at me through a lattice of ferns.
Along some of these grew tangled thickets of ferns and tall green reeds, lending the little silver waterways a tropical air.
Ferns, mosses, and some flowering plants rely on spores or seeds that can remain airborne for long distances.
Many lightweight seeds, such as fluffy thistle seeds and the spores of ferns, can drift long distances in air currents.
Ferns differ from other vascular plants in that they reproduce with spores rather than seeds.
The canyon is now shrouded with lush five-fingered ferns, dark green sword ferns, and delicate lady ferns.
It infests many different greenhouse plants including ferns.
They are designed to determine whether the moths will munch on climbing fern alone and not harm native ferns or other vegetation.
Sounds are reduced to the musical gurgle of water trickling amongst ferns and mossy rocks.

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