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We have a fern in our Zone 5  garden that has been there several years. 
It has a plant tag- the kind that would come with it from any mass
merchant that says Rabbit's Foot Fern, Davallia species.  Except
Davallias, Hare's Foot Fern, are tropical ferns, so I looked for another
Rabbit's Foot and came up with Phlebodium aureum, Syn: Polypodium
aureum.  But that's no good either; another tropical fern.Does anyone
know of a hardy fern that might be called Rabbit's Foot Fern? Kitty

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