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#66588 Jun 15th, 2007 at 02:44 AM
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I know I should know the name of this, but I cant remember. It usually grows in damp places, is about 10 inches tall and it gets a single stem that rises above it with red 'berries' on it in the late summer to fall.
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Microsorum pustulatum

or

Onoclea sensibilis

or

Woodwardia areolata


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its probably not it but...staghorn fern? though I've never heard of ferms setting berries!


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They look like ferns, so I'd figure on them being ferns.

Dunno' . . . maybe you should set aside a spot for them and cultivate them. You might get some nice ferns.



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RugbyHukr WINS!! It is Onoclea sensibilis!
Thank you all for your input!

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There is a row of it growing on my hill. Now I have to get BF to not weedwack that area. This broken weedwacker is showing me all sorts of goodies out there!


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