Bullrushes and brooklime are also good, but the bullrushes must be planted judiciously. From Wordnik.com. [Amateur Fish Culture] Reference
But the ditches below are yet green with brooklime and rushes. From Wordnik.com. [Nature Near London] Reference
Beneath it went under thickest brooklime, blue flowered, and serrated water-parsnips, lost like many a mighty river for awhile among a forest of leaves. From Wordnik.com. [The Life of the Fields] Reference
At the base of the rocks, where there was still some moisture, were the blue flowers of the brooklime veronica, and the brighter blue of the forget-me-not. From Wordnik.com. [Wanderings by southern waters, eastern Aquitaine] Reference
The blue flower of the brooklime is not seen here; you must look for it where the springs break forth, where its foliage sometimes quite conceals the tiny rill. From Wordnik.com. [Round About a Great Estate] Reference
It grows freely around the margins of lakes or streams and in watery ditches, in company with the forget-me-not, brooklime, and other well-known waterside plants. From Wordnik.com. [Wil's Ebay E-Store] Reference
He went round the intervening swamp of watercress and brooklime which had once been the fish-pond, crossed by a culvert the trickling brook that still flowed that way, and advanced to the wall of the house. From Wordnik.com. [The Trumpet-Major] Reference
The very sun of Spain burns and burns and ripens the wheat on the edge of the coombe, and will only let the spring moisten a yard or two around it; but there a few rushes have sprung, and in the water itself brooklime with blue flowers grows so thickly that nothing but a bird could find space to drink. From Wordnik.com. [The Life of the Fields] Reference
A waterfall and the sound of the sea became audible, when it took a bend round a swamp of fresh watercress and brooklime that had once been a fish pond. From Wordnik.com. [The Trumpet-Major] Reference
“Here's white cohush, it 'll bring out the whelk in less than no time; brooklime will break any fever. From Wordnik.com. [Margaret] Reference
American brooklime. From Wordnik.com. [Wild Flowers Worth Knowing] Reference
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