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Being so plentiful, they are a very good "dilutant" for bitter greens such as dandelions, chicory, sow thistle, and wild lettuces. Some people confuse Pony's Foot with Dollarweed (Hydrocotyle species).What is a young Pony's foot plant?
Plants may appear in other counties, especially if used in landscaping. North American distribution, attributed to U. S. Department of Agriculture. Running rampant but usually unnoticed, young pony's foot is a bland green, best used to cut the bitterness of other wild greens.What is the difference between dollarweed and Pony's foot?
The leaf of dollarweed is a complete circle whereas pony's foot is cleft, giving it the shape of a horse's hoof. Dollar weed on left, Pony's Foot on right. Buy my book!What are the characteristics of a pony?
The body is barrel-like, with a broad back, a well-rounded rib cage, a strong loin, a dropping hip and a low tail set. The withers are not very prominent. Although all colors are found among today's breeds of ponies, the original color of the ancestral pony was a peat brown, as is still expressed in the Exmoor pony;