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Ferns are epiphytes that use the palm tree or any other tree to park
themsleves. Like orchids they draw their nourishment from the blown
detritis that get trapped in their root crevices. They don't draw any
nourishment from the host tree and are harmless to their host. I
think the relationship and the appearance of a fern growing on a tree
You probably have a Resurrection Fern, so named because it dries up in
dry weather and greens again when it rains. An epiphyte, not a
parasite. Some "air plants", like Spanish Moss, are rumored to damage
trees but they do not. They grow more densely in trees with thinner
foliage, a possible sign the tree is already weakened. Some cool stuff
growing here :o)
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