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Near Brook, New Forest, Hampshire. Bracken
England

Bracken is probably the best-know fern in Britain. As its colours change from bright green to brown and orange in autumn. It is quite beautiful - but it is invasive and poisonous to cattle and sheep.

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Uploaded: 04/10/2011
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Tags: england; autumn; uk; hampshire; nature; woodland; heath; fern
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