Drynaria is a genus of mostly large ferns. They have two types of frond. In addition to the large, long, spore-bearing fronds, they have short, sometimes rounded fronds, which collect leaf litter and debris.
Most of these are at least semi-deciduous.
Drynaria laurentii comes from Cameroon. This seems to be fairly easy to grow, and is not as large as some species.
D. rigidula 'Whitei' is a sterile cultivar. Typical D. rigidula does not have the teeth on the normal fronds. These fronds can reach six feet or more. This plant is decorative mounted, or in a basket. Fairly easy to grow, but definitely seasonal.