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1 "always living"
2 "Bull's eve," "living eye," and "love exciter." The Sempervivum tectotrum of Linnæus, common Houseleek or Sengreene.
3 Called "geisa" in Greek.
4 "Great houseleek," "eye." or "little finger."
5 Fée identifies it with the Sedum ochroleucum of Sibthorp ; Sprengel with the Sedum altissimum, and others with the Sedum acre, varieties of Wall pepper, or Stone-crop. Littré gives the Sedum amplexicaule of Decandolle.
6 "Spring blossoming."
7 "Blossoming like gold."
8 "The same all the year."
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