Definition of Anagallis tenella
1. Noun. Small creeping European herb having delicate pink flowers.
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Literary usage of Anagallis tenella
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1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1864)
"The lower grounds are carpeted by Anagallis tenella, Ranunculus Flammula, ... Anagallis tenella, everywhere in moist places ; Samolus Valerandi, ..."
2. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"Probably no one could watch the growth of Anagallis tenella to equal purpose, and no one else could complete his notes on St. George's Chapel without ..."
3. The Botany of the Eastern Borders: With the Popular Names and Uses of the by George Johnston, George Tate (1853)
"Anagallis tenella. Robert K. Greville, LL.D. || . ... Well do I remember the first time I collected the Anagallis tenella, five-and-thirty years ago, ..."
4. The History of the County of Dublin by John D'Alton (1838)
"While the anagallis tenella, bog pimpernel, with its purple flowers, " Marshals me the way that I was going. ..."