These are a couple wild plants growing in a woods I was mushroom hunting in.
The leaves have recently unfolded and are still a bit wrinkled as you can see in the pics. This woods is a woods that I have been watching wild seng grow in for some time now. I have transplanted many from this woods over the years. There is only a few spots in the woods with the seng. I have planted some 5 lbs of seed in this woods too.
Here is one more pic I took the other night of the many plants in this woods. At one time there were over 300 plants in a couple areas of this 20 acre woods. I have moved and transplanted many over the years. One year I transplanted 30 into a spot and they all died. It made me sick so I have left the remaining 100 alone now and just enjoy seeing them now and then when I visit this woods. The oldest root was 47 years old and I have posted a pic of it on this forum back last year. The plants are all 4 prong nice healthy plants. Some were 30 inches tall or more. But I moved the big ones and used a couple for personal use.These are still some nice 4 prongs that I left to grow thou
I know this sounds crazy but, I found a little wild patch in my newly planted area. How they survived the two sprayings last year, I haven't a clue. I always check an area really good before I clear it out but I missed em. It had one big four prong and one little four as well, a couple two prongs and three big singles. I was walking through looking for new seedlings and *BAM* there they were. Took me a second to register they were wild and I hadn't planted em. Man O man, I wished all seed popped up like that lol