Penn Common is a rolling meadow of tall bracken , moss and the odd thicket of birch trees.
It was simple to follow, grooved by bikes, but easy walking and only briefly affected by bracken near Bracken Hill.
This was a day of blinding heat amid the scent of mountain hay and the hillsides covered in bracken .
Once through a gate I took to the open hill and the steep, rough climb up over heather and bracken covered moraines towards the end of the Braigh Blaich ridge that runs down from the head of the corrie.
The bracken has turned the crag into deep rust swathes and the banks of trees brushed neatly back by the winds climb the hillside in rainbow shades of autumn.
It is concluded that mosses suffer detrimental effects after exposure to Asulox at concentrations similar to those that affect fern gametophytes such as bracken .
It is easy to think of a very young seedling (the commonest experimental object in plant science) as being an individual, but which is the individual bracken plant in a huge clonal patch of bracken ?
They covered the bracken and clay and farms with houses that were built and sold to them by a coincidence of evangelicals.
Worldwide, the fiddleheads most commonly consumed are those of bracken (Pteridium).
The ground was overgrown with wide-spread bracken and tall, matured trees blocked the view to the surrounding buildings.