heartsease


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Related to heartsease: Viola tricolor
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a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derived

violet of Pacific coast of North America having white petals tinged with yellow and deep violet

common Old World viola with creamy often violet-tinged flowers

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It is also behind Heartsease still Welsh spring water, Aqua Splash, a fruit-flavoured water, and Honest to Goodness, a premium range of 60% fruit and water in glass bottles.
C[pounds sterling]From oxeye daisy, to wild rose, bright red poppies to heartsease, from white clover to fire lily and orange hawkweed to ladyCOs mantle and lots more; the collection lifts spirits like the beauty of the wildflowers.
Viola tricolor, the Heartsease, has, as the name suggests, a three coloured flower.
Busybody and Lady Sweetbury, and the handsome Herbert Heartsease.
I have very little doubt, that if the whole genus of humble-bees became extinct or very rare in England, the heartsease and red clover would become very rare, or wholly disappear.
Every desire and wish misfallen, heartsease under the eyes and the eyes
Major flavonoid components of heartsease (Viola tricolor L.
The annual Wildflower Appeal sees the charity provide packs of heartsease flower - a member of the pansy family - to those who make a donation towards cancer prevention.
Heartsease and Narcissus were in the bouquet that opened the program Friday evening.
Guidance on the application of the Ireland Act 1949 jostles with an account of the tragic loss of the Sarawak government motor launch Heartsease during the monsoon.
The Heartsease Farm brand is a range of delightful presse drinks made with natural ingredients sourced from around the countryside.
The accounts of the great liberty that English women enjoyed may have been exaggerated if we compare them to other texts; Charlotte Mary Yonge's Heartsease (1854) provides us with an example illustrating the limitations faced by young Victorian ladies in everyday life.
I am at a lunch club at St Francis Church on the Heartsease estate, one of the poorer corners of a relatively affluent city.
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