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Ive seen Matteuccia species displayed fairly prominently. Wikipedia lists several other species. Any opinions on which are the best?
 
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FWIW. Here is a blog post that I wrote on eating them. http://crunchymamasurbanhomestead.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/my-wild-food-adventures-ostrich-fern-shoots/
 
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