Along the shore are sweet wild roses interpleached, and flower-de-luce, and yellow water-lilies.
Both are related to the flower-de-luce, the stately lily of France.
The blackberry bushes were white with bloom and the gardens of the farm-houses gay with peonies and flower-de-luce.
Strawberry-leaves and the flower-de-luce are used in the coronets of the younger members of the royal family.
"The maids don't think it respectable to dance at The flower-de-luce," he explained.
She says she is well, but her hands, once white as flower-de-luce, are now black as leather.
Among these are the equitant leaves of the Iris or flower-de-luce.
I well remember her "gilding refined gold" by making a gorgeous blue rose out of the petals of a flower-de-luce.
These are certainly strong authorities for saying that the flower-de-luce is the Lily.