It feeds on most plants of the cabbage tribe, and in flower gardens on mignonette and nasturtiums.
This mignonette is the chief source of the perfume which fills my cell.
Don't you recognise your blue gentians and the mignonette, your Malmaison and Merveille de Lyons roses, which he budded himself?
I put the pinks in my room and pinned on the mignonette because it matched my dress.
The bouvardias were quite spoiled; but the mignonette and alyssum were unharmed.
Above all the fragrance came the unmistakable sweetness of mignonette.
Her own room was on the shady side where pots of mignonette died within a week.
The demure Quaker is like the peculiar fragrance of the mignonette.
mignonette does not transplant successfully, but otherwise it is very accommodating.
She identified it with her pain, and years after the smell of mignonette was intolerable to her.