Common Forest plants

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  1. rootbboy

    rootbboy Active Member

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    Found at Discovery Park, Burnaby BC. Help with identifying any of them, thanks. Not sure the fern, looks different than bracken fern, not sure if that is Garry oak or not, but hopefully? The other one looks like a mugwort, and the last possibly Rosa discoverypark - 2.jpg discoverypark - 3.jpg discoverypark - 5.jpg discoverypark - 6.jpg discoverypark - 7.jpg discoverypark - 8.jpg discoverypark - 9.jpg discoverypark - 2.jpg discoverypark - 3.jpg discoverypark - 5.jpg discoverypark - 6.jpg discoverypark - 7.jpg discoverypark - 8.jpg discoverypark - 9.jpg gymnocarpa? Also maybe ninebark?
     

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    Daniel Mosquin Paragon of Plants UBC Botanical Garden Forums Administrator Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Definitely looks like Physocarpus bark. For the fern, I'd like to see the entire frond, but I lean toward Athyrium filix-femina.
     
  3. Chris Morris

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    It's the much more common non native English Oak. Garry Oak leaves are more deeply lobed , darker green and more glossy.
    Lady Fern.
     

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