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possibly selaginella moellendorfii

Does great as a terrestrial, likes humidity. Don't plant it in a really soggy area, it likes moisture but good drainage. you can also just place cuttings directly on top of a substrate.
 

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Selaginella martensii 'Jori' . Or just Sel. martensii. That is my guess and I'm sticking to it.

Didn't use to see them often. I was able to score a whole flat last time I ordered ferns, so perhaps they are coming into circulation. Until then, I had two or three little ones that I could never propagate fast enough to bother selling them. As it is, I haven't ever listed them on the website... Oh well.

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OK perfect, thanks for responses. If i place cuttings directly on the substrate will it grow upwards or creep horizontally kind of like a moss? I'm thinking if it grows up it would look nice in the corner creeping up the background.
 

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My local nursery, in the middle of manhattan, had these. They were selling them as winter plants with the pointsettas and Ivys. I told them that they should be inside since its 30 degrees out here.
 
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