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perennial
used in The Magic Mountain

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  • RECLINING ON HIS BALCONY, Hans Castorp identified a plant that had started to flourish in a great many places now that the astronomical summer had begun and the days were growing shorter again: columbine, or aquilegia, from the family Ranunculaceae, a long-stemmed herbaceous perennial, with blue and violet, sometimes almost reddish-brown flowers and flat, spreading, weedlike foliage.
    6.3 - The City of God and Evil Deliverance (0% in)

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