This name, which in Shakespeares time was applied to the ragged robin, is now used for the buttercup.
Doris brought in the first violets on the fifteenth, with a few wisps of saxifrage and ragged robin.
Hawthorn was dropping from the hedges; penny daisies and ragged robin were in the field, like laughter.
The pink lychnis or ragged robin grows among the grasses; the iris flowers higher on the shore.
Paul came back and threaded daisies in her jet-black hair—big spangles of white and yellow, and just a pink touch of ragged robin.
Presently, he heard her low-voiced song as she came through the orange grove beyond the ragged robin hedge.