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    Staghorn Fern - a botanical oddity akin to taxidermy, Platycerium bifurcatum's scraggy center leaves give way to antler-like fronds—the "staghorns" of its name. "My guests literally stop and stare at this weird, architectural specimen," says Martin. "Surprisingly, it's a cinch to care for." An epiphyte (a plant that grows non-parasitically on another plant or object), this fern wants little more than something solid to grip and a natural medium, such as moss or bark.

    incredibly beautiful

    New Bohemian Outtakes



    Japanese wisteria bonsai

    Green House


    green house envy

    From old windows...

    Love this potted rosemary tree.

    abandoned glass house botanical garden in Germany




    Modern Containers with Aeoniums

    Green Corner / Sacred Spaces ♥

    Oliver Gustav

    graphite desk...

    Tub full of flowers and greens