Viola tricolor

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Viola tricolor,

n See pansy.
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The Heartsease Farm brand is a range of delightful presse drinks made with natural ingredients sourced from around the countryside.
Her other novels include Heartsease (1854); The Daisy Chain (1856), which depicts the moral conflict of sheltered lives; and The Young Stepmother (1861).
The heartsease of his last decade and a half blossoms out of a struggle encompassing three collections--Nights and Days (1966), The Fire Screen (1969), and Braving the Elements (1972)--in which Merrill quarrels with himself and other poets, embraces and loses at least one beloved, attacks and returns to his Muse.
Home in Cambridge in the last years of his life, he published the poems in Heartsease and Rue (1888), and several books of essays and addresses.
It is giving packs of the heartsease flower, a wildflower from the pansy family, to those who make a donation.
Viola tricolor, the Heartsease, has, as the name suggests, a three coloured flower.
Michael Anthony Sockett, 63, worked for the Watkins family at Heartsease, Knighton, for 43 years, and Malcolm Tom Edwards, 57, at Traherne Farms, Coedarhydyglyn, Cardiff the same.
Mr de la Haye's music features on the new Shona Mooney album Heartsease.
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On the cover of the dish alongside the arms of the Elector and his wife appear the heartsease or wild pansy which show the twin faces of togetherness and thoughtfulness.
Pot marigolds, nasturtium (flowers and leaves), hollyhock, heartsease (viola tricolor) dandelion, violet, pinks (dianthus sp.
Sadness and a sense of isolation might seem almost inseparable from poetic inspiration of the higher kinds," Webster writes in a review of James Russell Lowell's Heartsease and Rue, "were it not that in the highest range of all a fresher air is reached.