Hard ferns, or deer ferns, have two types of leaves: fertile or sterile. This is a sterile leaf, which you can tell from the shape of the large, flat leaflets. Fertile fronds are very narrow, and have spores on the undersides. These sterile leaves appear in the spring, and fertile ones later in the season, when conditions are more favourable for reproduction.
This panel is on an opal white back, and measures 5.25 x 16.5 cm. These leaves are beautiful shapes, and their thick leathery fronds make them easy to keep!
Herbariums are pressed and preserved plants, used for conservation, collection and record keeping purposes. This range was inspired by those amazing collections, and was born from an assignment I completed in my second year of study!
All plants I collect are sourced or foraged responsibly, under the Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981), Schedule 9.
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