The leatherleaf fern is a creeping evergreen fern which is ubiquitous in the florists' trade because of its tough leathery long-lasting fronds. Its toughness also makes it an easy fern for mild-climate gardens. The broad triangular arching fronds grow from scaly creeping rhizomes with golden brown scales.
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|Scientific Name||Rumohra Adiantiformis|
|Habitat||South America, Southern Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand|