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THE QUEEN'S FAVOURITE FLOWER.

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THE QUEEN'S FAVOURITE FLOWER. April of this year has brought with it a profusion of violets such as has not been known for long. In every corpse and they are blowing, in some parts so thiokly that a light veil of purple seems spread over the ground. They love the roots of trees, the ash in particular, enjoying the ^ampn^s and the shade found there. In white violets are growing in great clumps, especially by the side of little stream., the sweet wEite violet is more rare y than the purple and dog vl f o r„rrm„ a good omen that in the ye^r 0 tion Queen Alexandra's favouriteflower should have come out in such brave show to do her honour; and if April has strewn violets so lavishly- b? behind with her roses.— Country Life.

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