1. mouse-eared chickweed
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How To Use Cerastium In A Sentence

  • The bee on the Cerastium looks like he has got onto a queen sized bed and is snuggling up into a white downy quilt.
  • Helictotrichon pubescens, Dactylis glomerata, Agropyron tianschanicum, and Poa nemoralis and the forbs Solidago virga-aurea, Mulgedium azureum, Doronicum altaicum, Senecio soongoricus, Crepis sibirica, Aegopodium alpestre, and Cerastium dahuricum. Tian Shan montane conifer forests
  • The differences between the two genera are small, such as 5 styles for Cerastium and 3 styles for Stellaria.
  • A group shot of regular ajuga reptans, some lavender pansies, a young hellebore, cerastium and a smidge of dianthus in the background. Bloom Days April 2008 « Fairegarden
  • The shed, dianthus and cerastium look appealing as background to S. Salvia – Full Frontal or Close Up « Fairegarden
  • I called the Knot Garden Boundaried Exuberance~The allium foliage was fantastic against the ground covering cerastium. Touring With Friends-Ledbury And Hampton Court Castle, Herefordshire « Fairegarden
  • Many species of Cerastium look alike and can be hard to differentiate.
  • There is a blue ajuga bloom and the white flowers of cerastium on its left side. Randomness « Fairegarden
  • _N_, ripe fruit of mouse-ear chick-weed, _Cerastium_ (_Caryophyllaceæ_), opening by ten teeth at the summit, × 2. Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany For High Schools and Elementary College Courses
  • Now the cerastium is entering, a really nice contrast. Fun With Concrete « Fairegarden
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