portulaca, with terete leaves, grows sparingly on the mild rich soil.
I mean, the portulaca and heliotrope and other old-fashioned plants she dug up for me.
This fact was corroborated by the discovery of irritable stamens in portulaca and Opuntia, and other genera of cactaceæ.
The leaves are said to contain malic acid in considerable quantity, and have been eaten as salad, like portulaca.
A pea-plant, with ternate leaves, and fine yellow blossoms, was found near our camp: portulaca was very abundant.
Soppy little plants of the portulaca and small, fine ferns shiver under the drip of falls and in dribbling crevices.
Pigweed: portulaca, or the native purslane, a creeping annual of a reddish-green colour and an excellent vegetable.
portulaca smiles at you, you know, when you get up soon enough in the morning to see it in its glory.
No; what I want is a bed of portulaca, and some cypress vines running up strings to the top of a pole.
It was then that K'dunk the Fat One came back to the portulaca bed.