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“Those who care not to accept this fanciful origin of the name Osmunda, will perhaps incline to another suggestion which has been made, that the generic name had been derived from an old Saxon word signifying strength, the specific name indicating its royal or stately habit of growth.”
“Also yellowing on the right is a native Thalictrum ssp. and amber royal fern, Osmunda regalis to the left.”
“The assessment of cover at past camps and trails by invaders like Himalayan knotweed Polygonum polystachyum, Rumex nepalensis, Impatiens sulcata and Osmunda claytoniana;”
“Many relict species from the Tertiary Period are still present, including Pinus koraiensis, Taxus cuspidats*, Picea ajanensis, Quercus mongolica, Fraxinus mandshurica, Onoclea sensibilis and Osmunda asiatica.”
“Common herbs include butterweed (Senecio glabellus), jewelweed (Impatiens capensis), and royal fern (Osmunda regalis).”
“I was out in the dog-days last year with this fellow of mine, looking for Osmunda, and stayed some days in a village — never mind the name.”
“Some of the finest ferns grew in profusion in this glen, including the "Osmunda regalis" and the graceful lady fern; but, fortunately for the ferns, much of the valley passed through private grounds, and the pretty Carmears waterfall could only be seen on certain days.”
“_Polypodium_, _Osmunda_, _Nipadites_ and many others.”
“Osmunda -- an island, covered with large specimens of this fern, figuring prominently in the story.”
“The Royal Fern (_Osmunda regalis_), grows abundantly in many parts of Great Britain, and is the stateliest of Ferns in its favourite watery haunts.”
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