"Alpina" and "Flammea" are the synonyms, but I do not know it on the Alps, and it is no more flame-coloured than a cowslip.
But this is all cowslip country—from the field of Rother to the field of Uck.
Or I wish you could be a cowslip and I could be a plume of grass.
Paigle has never been satisfactorily explained, nor has cowslip.
A vine with a blue flower, new to me, attracted my attention, also a yellow blossom of the cowslip variety.
"I will lead you," hummed a bee, from the deep cup of a cowslip.
Corresponding alterations may be met with in cultivated tulips, in the cowslip and other plants.
What cowslip balls, and what cowslip tea-parties it had afforded us.
The blooming of the cowslip is the signal for a search for the Morell, one of the very best of the edible fungi.
This is a native genus, and commonly called American cowslip.