Traducción de fern en Español:

fern

helecho, n.

Pronunciación /fərn//fəːn/

nombre

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    helecho masculino
    covered in fern(s) cubierto de helechos
    • In plants, it is frequent in mosses and ferns, but also occurs in flowering plants.
    • The children collected leaves from plants such as ferns etc. which will be used for nature study purposes.
    • Beads of water clung in rows to the broad leaves of fern and pillows of moss.
    • The track was soft and mossy, and it led though ferns and brackens, thickets of brambles and groves of tall Himalayan cedar trees.
    • A tiny pocket of ground planted with a leafy surround and blanketed with ferns is enough to suggest a woodland garden.
    • Found in the shade throughout the growing season are numerous ferns and fern allies.
    • The plants were simple ferns and a small tree that at the moment she couldn't place.
    • The sun was reaching into the shady side, and giving the fronds of the garden ferns an afternoon treat.
    • Despite its name, this evergreen is not a pine but a spore-bearing plant related to ferns.
    • Early nests are often in a shrub or on a bracken fern, and later nests are usually on the ground under a shrub, often a blueberry.
    • If the fern is planted in a pot and kept in semi shade or even in a place where it gets some more sunlight, you will soon find the plant spreading around.
    • Re-pot greenhouse ferns and other foliage plants as they begin to come into growth.
    • Bracken and several other ferns are suspected of causing cancer.
    • Although the ferns share many similar features, there is no single characteristic trait that can diagnose a plant as a fern.