What is another word for mouse-ear chickweed?

Pronunciation: [mˈa͡ʊsˈi͡ə t͡ʃˈɪkwiːd] (IPA)

Mouse-ear Chickweed is a common weed found in gardens and lawns. It belongs to the Caryophyllaceae family and is also known by several other names. Its scientific name is Cerastium fontanum. It is called wooly chickweed because of its fuzzy appearance. It is also known as fairy's footsteps, snow in summer, and starry chickweed. The term "mouse-ear" is derived from its appearance as the leaves are small and circular, similar to a mouse ear. The chickweed is an annual weed that spreads by seed and can quickly take over a garden if left uncontrolled. It is best to remove it by hand or use a herbicide to keep it under control.

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