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I really enjoy the fern family . I was wondering why the older ones get the burnt orange colors underneath ?

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Chuck B Edwards Landscape Architecture & 3D

Great pictures and write up!!

I love the simplicity of ferns and stone....

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Ferns are one of my favorite plants (the other is boxwood)


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