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  1. I grew this native polypody from spore a few years ago when I was experimenting with the technique. I confess that I can’t recall where I gathered the spores from and although I think it may be P. cambricum (the frond shape certainly looks like it) I’m not able to pin it down 100%. Anyway, the main reason for the post is that this year, one of the fronds (only one) has emerged as almost bipinnate (certainly highly serrated -see attached photo). I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this ‘deformity’ is common in our native polypodies? Also, do you think it is possible to propagate it – the ‘rogue’ frond doesn’t have any sporangia but I could try and cut out and repot the section of rhizome from which it emerges. Or am I wasting my time?!

  2. Thanks Nick. I appreciate you looking into why other bloggers cannot see my comments. I’d been told it may be Akismet filters.

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