A more healthy looking grouping of Resurrection Fern was nearby the Resurrection Fern, On Brick from my previous post. It was well shaded and the detritus buildup on the branch held much more water to revive the fern than the brick.
Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC
December 31, 2021
13 thoughts on “Resurrection Fern, More Robust”
I love this photo, Ellen! Especially timely after I spent yesterday morning at Corkscrew Swamp, and saw SO much Resurrection Fern!
Thanks, Carol! Oh, what a fun morning that must have been!! That is such a marvelous and mysterious place!
I love how very different it is every time I go, even if it’s only a matter of weeks between visits.
Wow, another resurrection post ~does wonders for my spirit! Love how the light catches the foliage 🙂
So glad that you liked this, Liz!
Once I got started…. Then I remembered I have some others from walls at a plantation that I never posted that I’m going to revisit. You may see more before I’m done, another day.
I’m lovin’ this! 🙂
Beautiful image that inspires a haiku in me:
solid grey brick sprouts green
scallops, fringe fluffed, nature’s way
softens sharp edges
Thank you, msjadeli, glad that it got your creative juices going! Nice with the s,s,s and that last line is perfect… imagine all that can be hidden under that soft flow of fern.
You’re welcome and your poetic comment is also appreciated!
that can be hidden under
soft flow of ferns
Ah, much better 😊
Nice series, Ellen! The light is beautiful.
Thanks, Belinda! I see know I should have tried to get to the other side. I’ll have to go back 😀
After finally taking notice of this species a few years back, I always stop and enjoy Resurrection Fern. Something special about it. William