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TOPIC: Do all mature plants have berries

Re:Do all mature plants have berries 3 years 2 months ago #29206

Hey min
Don't look to hard its not the best thing that grows with shang. It grows in the worst place for shang too. Thereis a post in hunting wild ginseng iI think the link is best companion plants it should have what ur looking for good luck

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 3 years 2 months ago #29213

That looks like sarsaparilla to me.

I find it in areas with ginseng. I think some of the old timers called it fool's sang.

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 3 years 2 months ago #29218

Yep it's wild sasparilla.

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 3 years 2 months ago #29224

A young hickory sapling will fool you too or make you do a double take.. has very similar leaf pattern to ginseng.

Minnesota... here is a picture that may help you some with spotting ginseng.. There is a 3 prong ginseng plant in the midst of a bunch of virginia creeper vine.

What makes it stand out (to the trained sang hunter eye) is the leaf pattern. 3 larger leaves pointing out from the center and 2 smaller leaves pointing in towards the center.

TNhunter

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 3 years 2 months ago #29228

Thanks so much for all the help and info! You are all great!

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 2 years 1 month ago #37291

TNhunter wrote:

A young hickory sapling will fool you too or make you do a double take.. has very similar leaf pattern to ginseng.

Minnesota... here is a picture that may help you some with spotting ginseng.. There is a 3 prong ginseng plant in the midst of a bunch of virginia creeper vine.

What makes it stand out (to the trained sang hunter eye) is the leaf pattern. 3 larger leaves pointing out from the center and 2 smaller leaves pointing in towards the center.

TNhunter


TNHunter - I know you had a noncircled and circled version of this photo. Only finding this version. I love this photo and it's mate. Can I use with permission (and the attribution you'd like) in stewardship materials?

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 2 years 1 month ago #37293

KYginseng...

You are more than welcome to use that picture and it's mate how ever you want.

Especially if it will help someone else. Below is the mate without circle.

TNhunter

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 2 years 1 month ago #37296

Yup... Not 'sang.

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Re:Do all mature plants have berries 2 years 1 month ago #37310

TNhunter wrote:

KYginseng...

You are more than welcome to use that picture and it's mate how ever you want.

Especially if it will help someone else. Below is the mate without circle.

TNhunter


Thank you!

Any specific attribution, preferred?

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