Common name : Hart’s-tongue Fern

Scientific name : Aspleniumscolopendrium

Family : Aspleniaceae

Native land : Michigan and New York, Japan and Europe

It is an evergreen fern. It has an unusual, almost tropical appearance, with wide, leathery-green fronds that are strap-shaped. Plants form a low clump, best suited for rock gardens or for edging in a moist woodland garden. The plant attracts butterflies. It grows well in humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. Bright midday sun can cause damage. People consume Hart’s-tongue ferns to treat digestive disorders and urinary tract diseases.

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