Goldie's fern

Goldie's fern

[gohl-deez]
noun
a wood fern, Dryopteris goldiana, of northeastern North America, having large, golden-green, leathery fronds with blades that tilt backward.

Origin:
after its discoverer, John Goldie (1793–1886), Scottish gardener and plant collector

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