The rose glowed with a deeper crimson, the lily's soft leaves were more purely white, the crocus and humble cowslip
shone like sunlight, and the violet was blue as the sky that smiled above it.
The Romans believed Cowslip
flowers possessed aphrodisiac properties, and were made into love potions, and crystallised.
To flail existing pedestrian paths at cowslip
meadow to a minimum width of 1 metre along the desirelines currently used, From entrances at dewsbury rd, Springfield rd and adjoining glenfield rd.
05pm) - both at Catterick and over the jumps Merseyside-born trainer Donald McCain's Cowslip
can win the Spire Brewing Company - Chesterfield, Yaroslavna Mares' Handicap Hurdle (2.
Cottage, Tughall Steads, Chathill, is for sale through Sanderson Young at a price guide of PS249,950, tel: 01665 600170.
In Birmingham and the Black Country we chose the foxglove, in Staffordshire heather, Warwickshire honeysuckle, and Worcestershire cowslip
What name is given to the natural hybrid of the cowslip
The bluebell is the current leader, followed by the primrose, poppy, snowdrop and cowslip
(7-2 favourite) completed a March hattrick for trainer George Moore in the Watch On 3 Devices racinguk.
a) the full names and residential addresses of the directors of the limited company are; Andrew Campbell of 23 Polworth Road, London, SW16 2ET Robin Rowland of Cowslip
Lane, Mickleham, Surrey, RH5 6ET Alison Vickers of 1 New Cottages, Seal, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 0EU Vanessa Hall of 2 Brays Close, Hyde Heath, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5RZ
The room itself was called Cowslip
, which made me smile every time I loudly put the drinks on the room by saying "name's Cowslip
Pulmonaria rubra, sometimes called the Christmas cowslip
, is quite a coarse plant with plain green leaves and coral red flowers.
They are thought to be hybrids of primula species, including our native primrose, cowslip
and dark leaved purple flowered primula Wanda.
Everything has gone wrong for Cowslip
Pike; firstly the silly name her parents gave her led to unhappy nicknames at school, where life is dominated by swanky new girl Venetia, who has a pony.
Some early American colonists referred to marsh marigold by another name, American cowslip