Stork's bill

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(Bot.) any plant of the genus Pelargonium; - so called in allusion to the beaklike prolongation of the axis of the receptacle of its flower. See Pelargonium.

See also: Stork

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Plant richness in El Ninfay was lower with 16 species and the most important per strata being redstorm stork's bill (RIV = 20.7%), six weeks grama (RIV = 76.1%), and honey mesquite (Table 1).
She loved to amuse herself with "The Stork's Bill," a plant whose leaves could change from pale-blue to purple between morning and noon.
In borders, take your pick from the hundreds on sale, though I lean toward dianthus (bombardier is great), phlox, sempervivum, sedums and stork's bills. Give them their own display, or use them to plug gaps.