Definition of Common carline thistle
1. Noun. Eurasian thistle growing in sand dunes and dry chalky soils.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Common Carline Thistle
Literary usage of Common carline thistle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Forest: Its History and Its Scenery by John Richard Wise, Walter Crane (1863)
"CARDUUS ACAULIS, Ian., Dwarf Thistle, 606. ONOPORDUM ACANTHIUM, Lin., Cot- ton Thistle, 608. CARLINA VULGARIS, Lin., common carline thistle, 609. ..."
2. Flora Bedfordiensis, Comprehending Such Plants as Grow Wild in the County of by Charles Abbot (1798)
"V, 57, Borders of Fields, July, B. Common. Carline Thistle. ... Common Carline Thistle. — C. vulgaris. Stem with many flowers in a flat topped spike, ..."
3. Contributions Towards a Fauna and Flora of the County of Cork by J. R. Harvey, Thomas C. Power, John D. Humphreys, Cuvierian Society of Cork (1845)
"177. CARLINA, Linn. CARLINE-THISTLE. 391. C. vulgaris, L. Common Carline-thistle. In the Little Island ; Mr. J. Drummond. ..."
4. The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement by John Claudius Loudon (1827)
"Common Carline thistle (Carlina vulgaris). Pasture weeds which generally prevail in loamy soils, and such also as are prevalent in clayey and damp soils, ..."