Centaurea (cornflower), all shades of blue; three feet; blooms three months if kept cut.
The chintz had a cornflower design that repeated all these colors.
The beds and borders crammed with cloves and many-coloured asters, the sweet blue of the cornflower, and the little lobelias.
From rose-loved hedges, woodbine, and cornflower azure-blue, where yellowing wheat-stalks crowd up under the shadow of green firs.
"You have one great fault," exclaimed the cornflower, after listening to all these stories.
Blue Corundum exhibits various shades from light to dark, the color most highly prized being that known as cornflower blue.
cornflower, lightly weighted, able to set a pace or hold one, did not show in front until the homestretch was reached.
In stones of the same color; in rubies if it is the poppy; in sapphires if it is the cornflower, with a little leaf in emeralds.
She stops at intervals to add a cornflower, and he follows, carrying her mantle and umbrella.
Centaurea or cornflower, the bachelor's button or ragged sailor of old gardens, is in the front rank of the worthies.