- Flower nameParsley fern
- Scientific nameCryptogramma crispa
- Alias利尻忍, イワシノブ
- Place of originHokkaido, Honshu, alpine belt in Asia
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering season
What is Parsley fern
parsley fern (scientific name:Cryptogramma crispa) is a deciduous fern of the Department Pteridaceae, genus Cryptogramma native to the high mountains of Hokkaido and Honshu of Japan and alpine belt in Asia, is fern's summer of dry ground in the winter. Leaves out two types of Sterile leaves and fertile leaves (fronds). Environmental conservation category: near threatened (NT) is specified.
Common name: Parsley fern, scientific name:Cryptogramma crispa, place of origin: from Hokkaido to Honsyu of Japan , and alpine zone of Asia,
environment: Rock, height: 10-30 cm, leaf: 2-3 times pinnate, lobed lanceolate, highly nutritious leaves: 10 cm, spores high: 30 cm.