Species of the eastern deciduous forest are northern maidenhair, maidenhair spleenwort, and oak fern.
Others are maidenhair spleenwort, two kinds of polypody, and walking fern.
Southern maidenhair often hangs over the mouth of the springs, and watercress is common in the clear spring water.
Walk through the prairie's first showing of pussytoes, puccoon, and bird's foot violets, walk through the tick-ridden grasses, walk through the wild phlox and unfurling ferns of maidenhair .
The foliage resembles that of a maidenhair fern .
Finally, the maidenhair fern , Adiantum capillus-veneris, which grows in moist shady places in Europe and N. America, has several uses.
Among the ferns are California polypody, maidenhair fern , and golden-back fern.
A tributary feeds in and has two stone bridges; the one for infrequent cars is frizzy with maidenhair ferns , two yards away its predecessor for packhorses is painted with lichens.
Towards the top of the track watch for maidenhair fern , golden ake ake, (which you may recognise as a popular hedge plant), a native myrtle with a nobbly trunk, a pigeonwood with orange berries in season, hebes, and a large leaved Broadleaf.
Although they all are lush and green, there is quite a variety in their textures and sizes, everything from robust, six-foot-high ostrich ferns to dainty maidenhair ferns , with each leaflet looking like a miniature, green fan.