I've been unable to successfully search for or determine the name of this scenario that involves multiple possessive words in sequence.
We purchased some flowers for the mother of our friend, Jane. I would like to say,
"Here are Jane's mother's flowers."
Is there a name for this construction (not 'compound' or 'joint' possessive since the word "and" is not used)? Is this an unfortunate choice of wording that should be replaced with some other phrasing?