ferns can be found in fern gully
ferns can be found in fern gully of course it is located i st. Ann i am not sure for anywhere else but i will upgrade you on it bye
Not at all. Ferns are one of the world's most adaptable plants, found in a variety of conitions and continents.
ferns are ancient plants were found in the rocks 400 million years ago. ferns like living a damp and shady places.
Underside the gametophyte.
They have no "vascular system".
Ferns are found in the pterophyte kingdom.
Ferns and Mosses
In most suburban areas.
Grasshoppers eat ferns.Smaller rodents eat ferns.Bigger animals such as deer eat ferns.Toads or frogs eat ferns.I am not familiar with all the different varieties and types of fern but my "Russian Tortoise's found a certain species that my wife had growing in her flowerbed very appetizing.
Conifers, Ferns and Flowering plants are found in English Forest.
Some species of ferns are ladder ferns,bird's nest ferns and royal ferns.
Ferns are most commonly found wherever there are rainforests and dense bushland in Australia. This can be anywhere along the coastlines, north or south.
There are 20,000 species of ferns. Ferns are vascular.
A warm or hot moist climate.
Ferns and their fossil remains have been found on every continent
One of the world's rarest ferns is the pumice grape fern. One of the world's rarest ferns is the pumice moonwort, found only in Oregon and California.