They do not occur in male lychnis dioica, but next spring I will look to male holly flowers.
lychnis, lik′nis, n. a genus of erect ornamental herbs of the pink family—campions or wall-flowers.
The scarlet lychnis Coronaria is said to be lighted up on his day, and was formerly called Candelabrum ingens.
The Red Campion (lychnis diurna) is common on the banks of wayside ditches, as well as in copses and other moist and shady places.
One commentator on this passage has mistaken the lychnis flos cuculi, or cuckoo-flower for cuckoo-buds.
In the lychnis of the high Alps, the red and white have a kind of sugary bloom, as rich as it is delicate.
Campion, kam′pi-un, n. the common name of plants belonging to the genera lychnis and Silene.
lychnis (London Pride), scarlet; two and one-half feet; July.
Dianthus (carnation and pink) Gypsophila, lychnis and others, are garden plants.
I formerly fancied that I observed female lychnis dioica seeded without pollen.