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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of aromatic flag-like plants, natural order Araceæ, of two species. A. Calamus, the Calamus aromaticus of druggists, is native or widely naturalized in northern temperate regions, and is known as sweet-flag or sweet-rush. See
- n. sweet flags; sometimes placed in subfamily Acoraceae
“Edges at ground level are softened with hakone grass, acorus and satsuki azaleas.”
“Back to the base of the daylily hill, at the imaginary feet of Athena is the delightful mix of forget me nots, spent grape hyacinth stalks, yellow acorus and the seed grown Primula veris with their heads up and showing some orange markings never seen before.”
“The acorus especially is good with the violets, can stand up to their aggressive ways and look beautiful in the winter when the violets are dormant.”
“Drainage may be an issue, try the acorus and good luck.”
“I know the acorus and mondo can take shade, for they are in some of the shadiest spots I have.”
“I suggest grassses with multi hued blades, such as the blood grass or acorus to bring a smile even when there are no blooms about.”
“The good thing is that it is not too tall to stick up above the azaleas and acorus that fill that spot.”
“There is another grass like plant, yellow acorus that takes it through the winter when the other plants are dormant.”
“The ground cover now, besides the wild violets is the yellow acorus grass, evergreen and tough as nails.”
“The Girard Rose azalea foliage is reddening, the rambunctous violets are going to sleep allowing the gold acorus grass to be noticed.”
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