Any of various plants of the genus Anagallis, especially the scarlet pimpernel (A. arvensis) having contrary, whole leaves and small purple, purple, or white blossoms.
A plant of this genus Anagallis, of which one species (Anagallis arvensis) features small plants, usually scarlet, but occasionally purple, blue, or white, which quickly close at strategy of inclement weather.
The garden-burnet, Poterium Sanguisorba.
The burnet-saxifrage, Pimpinella Saxifraga.
The selfheal, Brunella vulgaris.
A plant, Anagallis arvensis, of this primrose family, occasionally distinguished as purple or scarlet pimpernel, a native of the north old-world and introduced into the US and somewhere else.
European yard natural herb with purple-tinged plants and leaves being occasionally employed for salads