Wed 20 Feb, 2008 04:09 am
Which same word, used for the same basic reason in each case, can precede 'FEN', 'GLEN' and 'Prairie'? Many thanks if you can help.
Hi Francis, Many thanks for your reply. I had thought of wet but cannot seem to find the GLEN part - the others are okay. Appreciated.
Good Morning whiteviolet, Many thanks for your answer. I did look at tall grass but it doesn't seem to fit in with GLEN. The other answer I had was wet, but again, doesn't seem to fit with GLEN or PRAIRIE. Must keep trying although answers are due for posting. Many thanks, appreciated.
The other answer I had was wet, but again, doesn't seem to fit with GLEN or PRAIRIE.
A simple search told me that "wet" is used before fen, glen and prairie:
Plants of wet prairies
(mind that wet glens has also a different meaning)
Grateful Francis, I'll go with WET. Many thanks for your answer.