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The latter is a fragrant yellow-colored water, prepared from gillyflower, jasmine, and flor de mistela (Talinum umbellatum).
Ten Week Stock—the "Gillyflower" of grandmother's garden—is a late bloomer.Amateur Gardencraft|Eben E. Rexford
Mother used to tell how before I were born, she were in a terrible hurry to eat a Cornish Gillyflower.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
In a wet place the "gillyflower" was growing, suggesting our dentaria, or crinkle-root.Fresh Fields|John Burroughs
"You're such a dear, Gillyflower," she said with that impulsive, lovable charm of manner which it was so difficult to resist.The Lamp of Fate|Margaret Pedler