Virginia stock


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Virginia stock

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(Plants) a Mediterranean plant, Malcolmia maritima, cultivated for its white and pink flowers: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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Noun1.Virginia stock - erect branching herb cultivated for its loose racemes of fragrant white or pink or red or lilac flowersVirginia stock - erect branching herb cultivated for its loose racemes of fragrant white or pink or red or lilac flowers; native to sands and sea cliffs of southwestern Greece and southern Albania
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
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People do not grow plants, such as clarkia, candytuft, godetia and Virginia stock nowadays, but they make a splash of colour and sown in succession through the summer are easy to grow.
The piece, named A Child' s Garden in Wales, also features Virginia stock, marigolds, and love in a mist, all typical of the kind of flowers children would have been given to grow at the time.
The garden also features Virginia stock, marigolds, and love in a mist - all typical of the kinds of flowers children would have been given to grow at the time.
Florida clams appeared larger, but they differed significantly only from the Virginia stock, which had the smallest mean shell length of the five stocks.
They were Virginia Stock and cupping my hand in his, my dad wrote my name with the seeds.
Plant a mix of night-scented stock and Virginia stock in pots and keep them indoors until after the frosts when you can plant them out.
Our offer includes cornflower, Virginia stock, sweet William, poppy, love in the mist and night-scented stock.
To get you off to a great start this year we' re offering every reader two free packets of flower seeds, Sunflower and Virginia Stock.
As previously announced, ILM II is in the process of liquidating and distributing its assets in accordance with the Virginia Stock Corporation Act, which provides for the distribution of ILM II's assets first to ILM II's creditors for purposes of discharging all of ILM II's liabilities, and then, to the extent assets are remaining, to ILM II's shareholders in accordance with their respective rights and interests.

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