|Sadleria subsp. var.|
|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Sadleria (named after Joseph Sadler). Polypodiaceae. Arborescent ferns suitable only for the warm-house: about 3-4 1/2 ft. tall: lvs. large, tufted, double-pinnate, all similar: sori continuous, close to the midrib on each side: receptacle elevated; the involucre narrow, of the form of sorus, leathery, at first wrapped over the sorus, later spreading. — About 5 species, Hawaiian Isl. S. cyatheoides, Kaulf. About 3-4 ft. high: the stipe strong, erect, 6-18 in. long, naked except at the base and there clothed with long-linear scales: fronds 4-6 ft. long, 9-18 in. broad; pinnae; 8-12 in. long, 1/2 - 3/4 in. broad, cut down to the rachis into very many, connected, linear pinnules, 3/8 – 1/2 in. long, acute or bluntish. Hawaii.
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Sadleria is a genus of six specieswp
- Sadleria cyatheoides
- Sadleria pallida
- Sadleria souleyetiana
- Sadleria squarrosa
- Sadleria unisora
- Sadleria wagneriana
- Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, by L. H. Bailey, MacMillan Co., 1963
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