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- noun Plural form of
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John, I should explain, is the gardener who jobs for us at seven-and-six weekly, and "chrysanths" is a perfectly beastly word that we have contracted from him.
"Do we need a fire there all winter just that John may swagger about his chrysanths?"
A formal garden is surrounded by high yew hedges and planted only with daisy-type flowers, starting with doronicum in spring and ending the year with asters and single chrysanths.
‘Them chrysanths was all standing up well to the wind but I put them in the greenhouse to be on the safe side.
First thing I thought of was Nfr Nightingale’s chrysanths, them as we’re getting ready for the flower show.