sweet scabious love


from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A daisylike plant (Erigeron annuus) having a stout branching stem.

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  • n. Old World annual having fragrant purple to deep crimson flower heads; naturalized in United States


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  • Phlox and verbenas and sweet peas and stocks and asters and pansies and balsams; with mignonette everywhere, and sweet alyssum in spots; and sweet scabious and sweet sultan for the scent of present fragrance and the perfume of old times.

    Gardening by Myself


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