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- n. Plural form of picotee.
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In his hand, too, he had a bunch of picotees, and held them to her nose with quite an air.
The flakes are striped with broad bands of colour, the bizarres are striped with three colours, and the picotees have a narrow margin of streaks and spots; they are all painted with a sable brush.
Dazzling white the picotees shone; the golden-eyed marigold glittered; the nasturtiums wreathed the veranda poles in green and gold flame.
Grandma's delicate white picotees were so heavy with dew that they were fallen, but their sweet smell was part
The air was drenched with the scent of pinks and picotees in his flower-borders.
"The first step was to acquire more breeding material," he says, so he assembled apricots and picotees from Elizabeth Strangman of the now defunct Washfield Nursery and 'Party Dress' doubles from Robin White of Blackthorn Nursery.