Ferns: British and Exotic, Volume 4

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Groombgidge, 1868 - Ferns
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Page 37 - For fronds my thanks are due to Mr. R. Sim, of Foot's Cray. This species may be procured of Messrs. Sim, of Foot's Cray;
Page 84 - Rollisson, of Tooting; A. Henderson, of Pine-apple Place; and Cooling, of Derby. The illustration is from a plant in my own collection.
Page 80 - For fronds my thanks are due to Mr. J. Smith, Curator of the Royal Gardens, Kew; and to Mr.
Page 114 - A. Henderson, of Pine-apple Place; and Cooling, of Derby. The illustration is from a plant in my own collection.
Page 135 - my thanks are due to Sir WJ Hooker, Director of the Royal Gardens, Kew, and to Mr.
Page 108 - and Cooling, of Derby. The illustration is from a plant in my own collection.
Page 69 - My thanks are due to M. Schott, Director of the Imperial Gardens of Schonbrunn,
Page 132 - For plants my thanks are due to Mr. Joseph Henderson, of Wentworth, and to
Page 16 - to Mr. Pass, gardener to Mr. Brocklehurst, of The Fence, near Macclesfield, and to
Page 133 - rare in cultivation in this country. An evergreen greenhouse species. Native of the Cape of Good Hope.

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