Azolla

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azolla

(æˈzɒlə)
n
(Plants) a genus of fern growing in tropical waters
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Noun1.Azolla - a genus of fern sometimes placed in its own family Azollaceae
Azolla caroliniana, Carolina pond fern, mosquito fern, floating fern - small free-floating aquatic fern from the eastern United States to tropical America; naturalized in western and southern Europe
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
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Duckweed (Lemna) and Fairy Moss (Azolla) tend to take over quickly and carpet the pool.
Duckweed (Lemna) and Fairy Moss (Azolla) tend to take over very quickly and carpet the pool.
Duckweed (Lemna) and Fairy Moss Azolla) tend to take over very quickly and carpet the pool.
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PULL out blanketweed and floating plants such as fairy moss and duckweed that may be taking over your pond (pictured).
Tiny floating plants like duckweed (Lemna) and fairy moss (Azolla caroliniana) are often used to cover a portion of the pond surface early in the season.
PULL out blanketweed and floating plants like fairy moss and duckweed that are taking over your pond.