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  • noun Plural form of dayflower.


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  • A row of windows gave on a side courtyard filled with flowers - my daughters could have named half of them, Pam all of them, but I could only name the asters, dayflowers, elderberry, and foxglove.

    Duma Key King, Stephen, 1947- 2008

  • The foxgloves and dayflowers in the garden were smudges of pink and blue, the trilliums tiny stars of green and red.

    The Black Angel John Connolly 2005


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