I took him through the Queen's Cottage grounds to show him the sheets of wild hyacinth.
They came to a lane bordered with copse, blue with wild hyacinth.
At last he saw a child of twelve years old, on a path overgrown with wild hyacinth.
The name wild hyacinth is poor, as it does not resemble a hyacinth in character.
At last he saw a boy of twelve years old, on a path overgrown with wild hyacinth.
Philip made all the haste that was compatible with gathering a handful of wild hyacinth and meadow narcissus for poor Maria.
The snowdrop, even the wild hyacinth, though it is much later, similarly limit their active life to a short period in spring.
Of these I think the most remarkable was the wild hyacinth on account of its habit of growing on the tops of the old stone hedges.