2 edition of Johnny Cowslip. found in the catalog.
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A popular subject in English literature, beloved as a harbinger of spring, cowslip has been esteemed as an ingredient in wine, a food, a complexion aid, and a calmative. The genus Primula, the primroses, comprises species of perennial herbs native to the Northern Hemisphere and Ethiopia, as well as to the mountains of Java and New Guinea. Former medical writers called the Cowslip herba paralysis, or, "palsywort," because of its supposed efficacy in relieving paralysis. The whole plant is known to be gently narcotic and somniferous. Pope praised the herb and its flowers on account of their sedative qualities:— "For want of rest, Lettuce and Cowslip wine—Probatum est.".
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Cowslip: A Slave by Betsy Haynes tells of slavery from a unique perspective - that of a year-old female slave named Cowslip. The story starts during the Civil War as Cowslip and several other children are being sold at a slave auction and follows Cowslip as she is taken to a new plantation with new masters and unfamiliar slaves/5.
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Published by Robert Hale Limited, London () Johnny Cowslip. book. First Edition. Hardcover. I read this book as a 4th/5th grade (more than 20 years ago). I've long loved this book and looked for before with no luck.
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Notably, most (though not all) male rabbits in the story are named after plants, whereas female rabbits tend to have names in Lapine, the fictional. The dancing Cowslips come in pleasant hours; Though seldom sung, they're everybody's flowers: They hurry from the world, and leave the cold; And all the meadows turn from green to gold: The shepherd finds them where he went to play, And wears a nosegay in his mouth all day: The maiden finds them in the pleasant grove, And puts them in her bosom with her love; She loves.
Watership Down is a survival and adventure novel by English author Richard Adams, published by Rex Collings Ltd of London in Set in southern England, around Hampshire, the story features a small group of gh they live in their natural wild environment, with burrows, they are anthropomorphised, possessing their own culture, language, proverbs, poetry, and Author: Richard Adams.
Cowslip definition: A cowslip is a small wild plant with yellow, sweet-smelling flowers. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Vacation Home Cowslip 4 stars. Cowslip The Barn, Lewes Road, East Sussex, Westmeston, Ditchling, BN6 8RH, 6,be sure to consider the risk of the coronavirus (COVID) and associated government measures.
If you don’t book a flexible rate, you may not be entitled to a refund. Your cancellation request will be handled by the property. The cowslip has long been used in herbal medicine.
The flowers, having a sedative effect, are used to make infusions for treating anxiety, insomnia and headaches. And if you want to get the children interested, you can them that the name cowslip is derived from the plant’s habit of growing in pastures among the cowpats or cowslops.
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A low-growing plant, Primula veris, with yellow flowers. Shakespeare, The Tempest, act 5 scene 1 Where the bee sucks, there suck I: / In a cowslip's bell I lie; Any of several other plants related or similar in appearance Primula deorum, a flowering plant known as God's cowslip and rila cowslip Primula florindae, a flowering plant known as giant.
Primula veris, the cowslip, common cowslip, or cowslip primrose (syn. Primula officinalis Hill), is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the primrose family species is native throughout most of temperate Europe and western Asia, and although absent from more northerly areas including much of northwest Scotland, it reappears in northernmost Sutherland and Family: Primulaceae.
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The Cowslip has many folk names due to its historical importance and fame, including 'Key of Heaven', 'Paigles', 'Bunch of Keys' and 'Herb Peter'. The name Cowslip actually means 'cow-slop' (i.e.
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Arthur George Street (7 April – 21 July ), who wrote under the name of A. Street, was an English farmer, writer and broadcaster. His books were published by the literary publishing house of Faber and best-known book was Farmer's Glory, describing his time in Canada and how he returned to Wiltshire.
Cowslips synonyms, Cowslips pronunciation, Cowslips translation, English dictionary definition of Cowslips. n. 1. A Eurasian primrose having fragrant yellow flowers, widely cultivated as an ornamental and long used in herbal medicine.
Moreover, as Gartner during several years repeatedly crossed the primrose and cowslip, which we have such.Botanical Name: Primula veris, Primula officinalis. Other Common Names Cowslip primroseKey flowerKey of heavenPalsywortFairy cupsPrimrose. Habitat 'Cowslip is common throughout temperate Europe and Asia.
It is tolerant to frost but is less common in northern latitudes. It grows well in shady areas and places with full direct sunlight, as long as the soil is sufficiently moist.
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