fatshedera


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fatshedera

(fætsˈhɛdərə)
n
(Plants) an evergreen garden shrub with shiny green leaves and umbels of pale green flowers; a bigeneric hybrid between Fatsia japonica moseri and Hedera hibernica: family Araliaceae
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