American cowslip


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(Bot.) a pretty flower of the West (Dodecatheon Meadia), belonging to the same order (Primulaceæ) with the English cowslip.

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PETER CHARLES HENDERSON AND THOMAS WARNER, THE AMERICAN COWSLIP, 18011 came across this botanical hand-colored engraving--of a violet cowslip seemingly lit from within, with unrealistic levels of detail--in the appendix of the artist and writer Lauren Redniss's book Thunder & Lightning (2015).
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Some early American colonists referred to marsh marigold by another name, American cowslip. When they saw its golden flowers in the marshes, they named it for the familiar flagrant yellow flower of their English meadows, cowslip.
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