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And we have michaelmas daisies growing WILD all over our property!
Then later there comes the little aster, the michaelmas daisy, and on sloping banks, perhaps considerable space covered entirely with the beauty of their delicate colour.
Amongst the shell-holes and scattered branches and twisted lengths of white railing, a few michaelmas daisies, chrysanthemums, dahlias, and other garden flowers were in bloom.
The best for butterflies are buddleia, ice-plant (sedum), lavender, michaelmas daisy and origanum (marjoram).
Anything goes, from dahlias to michaelmas daisies.
"At the end of the avenue, at least a quarter of a mile long, wide expanses of soft, velvety grass, interspersed at regular intervals with plots of flowers -- dahlias, michaelmas daisies -- no longer in their first bloom -- chrysanthemums, etc.
At my petition with the copv fent of the Convent, my Heirs and affigns ftiall hold for ever the faid half burgage, of God, and the Virgin Mary, aiyi the Convent without any fecular fervice, paying yearly at Michaelmas to the Sub - dean of Leominfter 12 d. for the freedom of the faid town, and to the keeper of the AL tar for the time being 2IL of wax to maintain, the faid taper, and fix gallons of oil for the faid lamps (viz.) at michaelmas lib. of wax and three gallons of oil, and at Lady-day lib. of wax and three gallons of oil.
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