Father Souciet laboured to prove it ought to be the crown imperial, a plant common in Persia.
He has left to languish the heir of the crown imperial in this droll of little town.
It is still in cottage gardens chiefly that the crown imperial hangs its royal head.
This flower was first known by the Persian name tusac, until the Italians gave it that of corona imperialis, or crown imperial.
Thus again the Netherlands, for the first time since the fall of Rome, were united under one crown imperial.
His realm is declared to be an empire, and his crown imperial, by many acts of parliament, particularly the statutes 24 Hen.
A much larger plant is the crown imperial (F. imperialis), a native of western Asia and well known in gardens.
In my mention of early-blooming perennials I had forgotten the crown imperial.
The crown imperial, F. imperialis, is so well known that its noble appearance and its value for the garden need no praise.
I'd a letter the other day, my dear, to describe a white crown imperial—a thing that has never been!