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== Description ==
''To edit this page, please copy the French version and translate it. If it contains no data, the first tasks are to check all the links, to clarify nomenclature and to upload photos from Wikimedia Commons''
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|text=CAPILLAIRE. DUDDER GRASS. MAIDENHAIR FERN. VENUS' HAIR. Northern temperate climates. In the Isles of Arran, off the Galway coast of Britain, the inhabitants collect the fronds of this fern, dry them and use them as a substitute for tea<ref> Johnson, C. P. ''Useful Pls. Gt. Brit.'' 295. 1862.</ref>.
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Latest revision as of 17:32, 20 June 2020

Adiantum capillus-veneris

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wild or cultivated


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CAPILLAIRE. DUDDER GRASS. MAIDENHAIR FERN. VENUS' HAIR. Northern temperate climates. In the Isles of Arran, off the Galway coast of Britain, the inhabitants collect the fronds of this fern, dry them and use them as a substitute for tea[1].

  1. Johnson, C. P. Useful Pls. Gt. Brit. 295. 1862.
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919.


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