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Some characteristics of ferns are: they are vascular plants, they have roots and leaves (called fronds) and in some cases they have true stems. Ferns and fern allies are Pteridophytes. More »

Indoor ferns are species of leafy houseplants that are especially well-adapted for living in low-light conditions. Some common types of indoor ferns include the Boston fern, which has long fronds and is especially attrac... More »

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Different types of ferns include resurrection fern, strap fern and leather fern. Other types of fern are maidenhair fern, lady fern, New York fern, male fern and ostrich fern. More »

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