What is gillyflower?

  • (noun): Any of several Old World plants cultivated for their brightly colored flowers.
    Synonyms: stock
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Elmore Court
800 years, first granted by John De Burg with the rent set at "One clove of Gillyflower" each year ... Guise's plans for a new function room called The Gillyflower at Elmore Court featured in the BBC2 TV programme, The Planners ... Elmore Court and The Gillyflower are set to open for weddings and events in November 2013 ...
... A gilliflower or gillyflower is The carnation or a similar plant of the genus Dianthus, especially the Clove Pink Dianthus caryophyllus ... The rose and gillyflower appear on the station badge of RAF Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire, and subsequently on the badge of 39 Engineer Regiment based at Waterbeach Barracks ... A rose and gillyflower were demanded by the owner of the land on which Waterbeach Abbey was built, in the 12th century ...

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