viola tricolor

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Adorable cute flowers mixing purple, yellow and white. Flowers edible with a delicious, mild mint wintergreen flavor. Leaf tea used for sickness, sore throats, epilepsy, blood purifier, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, heart palpitations, skin problems, eczema, calming sedative. A great addition to drinks, soups, desserts or salads.
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Over 1000 trade visitors tasted the Heartsease Farm products and gave very positive comments.
Also the old-fashioned name for the Pansy is 'Heartsease'.
C[pounds sterling]From oxeye daisy, to wild rose, bright red poppies to heartsease, from white clover to fire lily and orange hawkweed to ladyCOs mantle and lots more; the collection lifts spirits like the beauty of the wildflowers.
The formal beds are filled in with scented pinks, heartsease pansies, nodding Allium cernuum and fragrant stocks in terracotta pots.
And One became a reality when the first bottles rolled off the Radnor Hills production line on May 30, 2005, in Heartsease in Powys.
Playing mostly from her debut album, Heartsease, Mooney has confidence and technical ability.
However, it is a summary not of Mansfield Park, but of Heartsease, a novel published in 1854 by Charlotte Mary Yonge, the best-selling (and Austen-loving) author of The Heir of Redclyffe.
"I find from experiments that bumble-bees are almost indispensable to the fertilization of the heartsease (Viola tricolor), for other bees do not visit this flower.
As a young man, John James Ruskin yearned to solace his "discontented feeling" that "dare not be told" by restoring "that Heartsease character that my juvenile writings possessed" (RFL 57).
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.