What is another word for hare's-foot fern?

Pronunciation: [hˈe͡əzfˈʊt fˈɜːn] (IPA)

Hare's-foot fern is a plant species that has been popularly known as the rabbit's foot fern, due to its furry, rabbit-like rhizomes. It is also known as the bear-foot fern and mole's foot fern, according to some people. The plant features lacy, dark green leaves arising from a dark brown, fuzzy rhizome. This fern species creates a stunning and lush addition to any garden. It is ideal for a wide range of garden settings, including borders and rock gardens. Since its unique look grabbed people's attention, fern enthusiasts are calling it different names interchangeably. However, the official botanical term is Davallia canariensis.

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What are the hyponyms for Hare's-foot fern?

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  • hyponyms for hare's-foot fern (as nouns)

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