Cast Iron Sculpture, Three Fish Swimming Through a Group of Java Ferns
Cast Iron Sculpture, Three Fish Swimming Through a Group of Java Ferns.
Java fern (Microsorum Pteropus) is an aquatic plant native to parts of Southeast Asia. It was first described by Dutch-German botanist Karl Ludwig Blume in 1833.
It grows along the banks of freshwater rivers and streams in Thailand, Malaysia, India and China.
It is a true aquatic plant, meaning that it can grow and thrive while completely immersed in water. It can also be grown with the leaves sticking out of the water, but the rhizome and roots have to stay underwater at all times or the plant will dry out and die.
Item Code - BRO3C223CG
Width: 11" Height: 13 1/16" Depth: 5" Weight: 2.781 kg
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