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This type of fern is new to me and I'm not sure this is the right ID, but it was growing by itself next to a Western Red Cedar, Japanese Flowering Cherry, a little bit of English Holly and some large Sword Fern. It only took up about a square foot of space and I didn't see any others nearby. It doesn't seem to be a common type of fern though it is native to the area.

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Bracken - Photo (c) homeredwardprice, some rights reserved (CC BY)
aclay232's ID: Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum)
Posted by aclay232 over 3 years ago (Flag)
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Bracken - Photo (c) homeredwardprice, some rights reserved (CC BY)
aclay232's ID: Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum)
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