Noun(1) fern of southeastern Asia; not hardy in cold temperate regions(2) large coarse fern often several feet high; essentially weed ferns; cosmopolitan
(1) There would be no one to manage the walls, some areas would revert to scrub and bracken and eventually trees.(2) 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.(3) It looked reasonable from a distance but the bracken was taller than both my daughters, and there were more than a few moments of blind panic on my part.(4) 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 ?(5) The ground was overgrown with wide-spread bracken and tall, matured trees blocked the view to the surrounding buildings.(6) On the peaty hummocks of Yew Tree Heath in the north-east of the forest, where a few hessian-coloured fallow deer merge into the rust-tipped bracken , the only sounds are the wailing of a redshank and the hum of bees.(7) Penn Common is a rolling meadow of tall bracken , moss and the odd thicket of birch trees.(8) At one stage they were shielded from frosts by bracken from the surrounding North York Moors - but then it was realised the vegetation left acid deposits.(9) Many ferns, such as false bracken , leather fern and Pteris cretica, are drought-tolerant once established.(10) You can pick out a range of subtle colours in the vegetation: the russet fronds of bracken , the fresh green stems of bilberry and the purple twigs of birch.(11) If the results are proved, it is hoped Government funding will be available to effectively control the growth and spread of bracken on open moorland and eradicate the virus through sheep vaccination and effective tick control.(12) With Ian massaging his arm, John collecting handfuls of stones to throw at the snake and Tim stripping the leaflets from a frond of bracken , they made their way through the undergrowth to the small pond.(13) Worldwide, the fiddleheads most commonly consumed are those of bracken (Pteridium).(14) It is concluded that mosses suffer detrimental effects after exposure to Asulox at concentrations similar to those that affect fern gametophytes such as bracken .(15) Another team were being lashed by bracken fronds and splashed with water as they tried to cross the beck while blinded by blackened goggles.(16) He moved the event forward from its usual August date to May because later in the year the course is covered in bracken and it is difficult to overtake on the narrow paths.
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