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- n. Any of several plants, of the genus Cerastium, such as mouse-eared chickweed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a genus of weedy plants of the pink family, comprising the mouse-ear chickweeds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of plants, natural order Caryophyllaceæ, consisting of pubescent herbs with small leaves and white flowers, the petals bifid, and the cylindrical capsules often curved, opening regularly by twice as many teeth as there are styles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mouse-eared chickweed
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In Denver, white clover, raoulia (Raoulia australis), mouse ear cerastium (Cerastium ssp.) and pennywort (Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides).
I called the Knot Garden Boundaried Exuberance~The allium foliage was fantastic against the ground covering cerastium.
Now the cerastium is entering, a really nice contrast.
The ajuga, creeping jenny, cerastium and euphorbia had other ideas!
The shed, dianthus and cerastium look appealing as background to S.
A group shot of regular ajuga reptans, some lavender pansies, a young hellebore, cerastium and a smidge of dianthus in the background.
Sedum spectabile ‘October Daphne’ is planted in a concrete shell fountain base with foxglove volunteers, thyme and cerastium.
There is a blue ajuga bloom and the white flowers of cerastium on its left side.
On two san diego luxury of rhythm and two isopropanol of maximum displeased lapp, perpetually cerastium sunfish a gnarly lozal of lancelike magnetron in introspectiveness.
Ajuga reptans in bloom with cerastium far left, scilla peruviana in bud and dwarf ribbon grass, phalaris arundinacea picta ‘Dwarf’s Garters’.