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    Fine Feathered

    B Magazine, Normita Thongtham, Published on 16/02/2014

    ยป Unlike other plants, ferns produce neither flowers nor seeds. They reproduce by spores, which appear on the underside or along the veins or margins of mature fronds. Some are elongated in shape while others are round, kidney-shaped, cup-shaped or chain-like, depending on the species. Spores are light and can be easily dispersed by wind. If they fall on a place which is moist, with enough light and lots of organic matter, they will germinate and grow into new plants.

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