Definition of American maidenhair fern

1. Noun. Hardy palmately branched North American fern with divergent recurved branches borne on lustrous dark reddish stipes.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of American Maidenhair Fern

American jays
American kestrel
American kestrels
American lady crab
American language
American larch
American laurel
American laurels
American leishmaniasis
American licorice
American lime
American liquorice
American lobster
American lotus
American magpie
American maidenhair fern (current term)
American marten
American mastodon
American mastodont
American merganser
American mink
American minks
American mistletoe
American mountain ash
American night heron
American oil palm
American olive
American option
American options
American organ

Literary usage of American maidenhair fern

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1. A Practical Guide to Garden Plants by John Weathers (1901)
"A beautiful North American maidenhair fern 9-12 in. high. recognised by its forked fronds, the main divisions of which have whip-like branches and ..."

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