Dipteris

Dipteris (two-winged) is a genus of 6 to 8 species from India, China, and the South Pacific.

Dipteris conjugata is exactly as described by Jones (1987), "a fern which colonizes clearings, embankments, road verges, etc Plants can be somewhat tricky to establish and once growing are best left undisturbed." The species prefers full sun or light shade in mineral soil. It produces a long ropy rhizome and is not easy to move, needing a year or so to settle in after being transplanted. (Description by George Schenk.)

Tall, to 6-ft. (1.8-m), striking, palmate foliage of Dipteris conjugata towers over its companion, Dicranopteris linearis. Photo by George Schenk.

Tall, to 6-ft. (1.8-m), striking, palmate foliage of Dipteris conjugata towers over its companion, Dicranopteris linearis. Photo by George Schenk.

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