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A Eurasian plant (Lychnis coronaria) in the pink family, naturalized in North America, widely cultivated for its woolly silver-gray leaves and rose-red flowers. Also called mullein pink.
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(Plants) a European caryophyllaceous plant, Lychnis coronaria, widely cultivated for its pink flowers. Its stems and leaves are covered with white woolly down. Also called: dusty miller
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a plant, Lychnis coronaria, of the pink family, having leaves covered with whitish down and reddish purple flowers.Also called dusty miller, mullein pink.
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