Well, there was no doubt a time when every blossom had both stamens and pistil, as dog-roses and buttercups always have.
Not the smallest trace of gold, even in the buttercups themselves, was to be seen.
Before going out she had with much labor filled the great kettle with water, so now the water was boiling, and she had only to put the buttercups in and put the cover on.
In five minutes she was out on the lawn, with a huge basket beside her, pulling away at the buttercups with might and main.
The big buttercups grow in yellow bunches by the brink.
But the Asters worked bravely, so did the Clovers andButtercups and the Pitcher-plant kept open house with the old-fashioned hospitality one so seldom sees nowadays.
Quite a shout went up from all the Asters; and the late Clovers and Buttercups joined in it, for they were honest, sensible flowers, and liked fair play.
The acid of the pretty wood-sorrel is a poison, so nothing will eat it; and the buttercups growing in meadows are untouched by cattle, because of the poison in their leaves and stems.
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