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Ferns, Fungi and Mosses: Looking for Selaginella lepidophylla aka Dinosaur plant

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Roly0217

Roly0217
Miami, FL
(Zone 10b)

December 26, 2012
3:23 PM

Post #9367799

Hello everybody !!! I'm looking for this fern and it seems that it can be found but on the dried form. I would like to get a real plant rather than the dried one because I would love to see it grow and develop. If any of you has any info as to where can I get this plant. Not sure if it belongs in the moss family but this was my best bet. Thank you all and Happy Holidays !!!

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