The bouvardias were quite spoiled; but the mignonette and alyssum were unharmed.
And yours, alyssum, the one we call Pepper-grass, because he is so fiery?'
The hill slopes were a garden of calceolarias, alyssum, tiny wild geraniums, and other flowers unknown to me.
Well, I would get in my sweet peas and risk my pansies and alyssum, anyhow.
alyssum, white, dwarf for borders; six inches; blooms all summer if not allowed to go to seed.
The alyssum and candytuft came out, and the house was sweet with tuberoses.
Free–growing spring–flowers like Aubrietia, alyssum, and Iberis, may be multiplied to any extent by division or cuttings.
The older plants of alyssum are nearly worn out, but there are plenty of promising young seedlings in the lower joints.
Arabis alpina ; Aubrietia purpurea ; alyssum saxatile : all three very easy to grow, and very common.
The wind had died quite away, and a scent of alyssum filled the air.
genus name for plants of the mustard family, 1550s, from Latin alysson, from Greek alysson, which is perhaps the neuter of adjective alyssos "curing madness," from privative prefix a- + lyssa "madness, rage, fury."