Ophioglossum pendulum is an interesting, pretty fern.  It “infests” the root masses of some large-growing aspleniums, platycerium, and other epiphytes.  It can be grown readily without a host.

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The photo above shows the variation between a form with straight, narrow fronds, a broad type, and the most common, easiest form.  Other variations are becoming available, as this species volunteers in collections

 

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Above, the straight, narrow type.

Below is the broad form, easily the most decorative.

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