The polypody ferns, being evergreen, look very well too, and will thrive facing all four points of the compass.
If hair fall off, boil the polypody fern and foment the head with that so warm.
"The cheerful community of the polypody," as Thoreau calls it, thrives best on the flat surfaces of rocks.
The walls were all full of rue, and polypody, and crane's-bill—a growth of years—which no one was allowed to touch.
To any of these pastes you may add "assafœtida, oil of polypody of the oak, oil of ivy, or oil of Peter."
It took the name of polypody from its jagged leaves, upon which the seeds or spores appear in bright orange spots.
The form of the polypody is strangely interesting, it is even outlandish.
The great round fruit-dots of the polypody show distinctly through the fronds as they stand erect in the sunlight.
Later in the season the curled pinn of the polypody seem to be making the best of cold weather.
He plucked a few of the ferns growing in the spray and discoursed on them, comparing them with the common European polypody.