Definition of Black-stemmed spleenwort
1. Noun. Fern of tropical America: from southern United States to West Indies and Mexico to Brazil.
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Literary usage of Black-stemmed spleenwort
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1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1884)
"... overgrown by pinky-white stonecrop, pale green cotyledon, thin straggling stunted ivy, and luxuriant waving fronds of black-stemmed spleenwort ferns. ..."
2. The Kingdom of Kippen: Its History and Traditions by William Chrystal (1903)
"Among a few of the varieties are found the black-stemmed spleenwort in its pretty crested and notched form, the little wall rue or rue fern, ..."