This fine plant at a distance and first sight would be taken for a variety of Maiden-hair Fern, being of slender growth, producing leaves freely which resemble the Maiden-hair Fern very much. The old leaves are of a bright green; while in a young state they have a beautiful rose tint. Grown well, as shown at Birmingham last June, it cannot fail to become a great favourite as a table-plant; it will also be useful for cutting from. From the short experience we have of it, it appears to delight in a humid atmosphere, with plenty of drainage and rich porous soil, when it grows very fast.