ragged robin(redirected from Lychnis flos-culculi)
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A perennial plant (Silene flos-cuculi syn. Lychnis flos-cuculi) in the pink family, native to Europe and also found in eastern North America, having opposite leaves and pink flowers with deeply lobed petals.
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(Plants) a caryophyllaceous plant, Lychnis floscuculi, native to Europe and Asia, that has pink or white flowers with ragged petals. Also called: cuckooflower See also catchfly
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a plant, Lychnis flos-cuculi, of the pink family, having pink or white flowers with dissected petals.
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|Noun||1.||ragged robin - common perennial native to Europe and western Asia having usually pink flowers with ragged petals|
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n → Kuckucklichtnelke f, → Kuckucksnelke f
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