In what natural conditions do modern ferns grow?

Ferns are a class of relict plants. Natural places of growth for ferns, first of all, are thickets of forests. Where they are under the canopy of trees and there is no strong sunlight. Ferns can also be found on the outskirts of swamps and lakes. This means that modern ferns grow best in shady places with loose, moist soil. Ferns can grow long enough in one place.

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