from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An herb having leaves like the leek and a purple flower; dog's-leek.
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I have a yellow bulbine, which is nice, but I like the orange better. sigh…the grass is always greener…!
I love orange as well, but an all yellow bulbine has piqued my interest.
I thought of you when I put the heather photos up, you always admire them, as I do your bulbine.
We also found a new bulbine with a delicate yellow flower being perfectly distinct from both the species described by
That's a little bit of my ever-blooming orange bulbine trying to nudge its way into the picture.
I’ve never seen a bulbine before Frances – its little flowers are every so cute and photogenic.
Particuarly like the bulbine frutescens in the blue pot – that’s a great colour combination.