What kind of ferns?

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    Unfortunately, I do not know. A friend of mine asked on Facebook.


    Tim Pyner

    I think this is Polystichum proliferum


    Andrew Leonard

    I think it is too bulbiferous to be P. proliferum
    I reckon it could be P. x dyceii


    Tim Pyner

    It could be although the dark green upright fronds look like P. proliferum to me. Also the dark scales around the base of the bulbils look typical too. However I am not sure and happy to accept it as P. x dycei in the absence of further details. A picture of a frond laid out flat would help.

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