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daffodil Sentence Examples

  • The English word "daffodil" is a perversion of "asphodel," formerly written "affodil."

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  • A second group is that of the Pseudonarcissi, constituting the genus Ajax of some botanists, of which the daffodil, N.

  • - Daffodil - (Narcissus Pseudonarcissus)-3 nat.

  • long; maximus is a closely-related but still finer form; obvallaris (the Tenby daffodil) is an early form with uniformly yellow flowers.

  • minor and minimus are miniature repetitions of the daffodil.

  • The" Vindictive,"supported by two auxiliary vessels" Iris II."and" Daffodil,"was to assault the mole on its outer and western side and by creating an impression that this was the main operation, divert the enemy's fire from the blocking ships.

  • Valentine Gibbs) and" Daffodil "(Lt.

  • and "Daffodil," cast them off.

  • This was a critical time, and it was four minutes past midnight when the little "Daffodil" came up and pushed the ship bodily into the mole.

  • The ship was being held into the mole by the "Daffodil," and if she were disabled it was practically certain that the men in the mole would not get back.

  • the "Daffodil" began to pull her bows off the mole.

  • Bourne, Book of the Daffodil; Geo.

  • DAFFODIL, the common name of a group of plants of the genus Narcissus, and natural order Amaryllidaceae.

  • The Peruvian daffodil and the sea daffodil are species of the genus Ismene.

  • In the autumn of 2000, 70,000 daffodil bulbs were planted on either side of the Broad Walk.

  • It is considered very lucky to find the first daffodil, for you will have more gold than silver that year.

  • The first dwarf daffodil, in the patch that we planted in the autumn, has suddenly sprung into flower.

  • daffodil bulbs are pushing out their leaves in the middle of the month.

  • daffodil blooms slipping away To make way for their summer cousins.

  • daffodil fields at Kempley.

  • daffodil genes, resulting in yellow grains.

  • Scaring off would-be muggers was all very well but I'd had enough of daffodil fever.

  • Plants include the wild daffodil, wood anemone and enchanters ' nightshade among others.

  • DIVISION 4 DOUBLE DAFFODIL CULTIVARS One or more flowers to a stem, with doubling of the perianth segments or the corona or both.

  • The national flowers are also shown; Welsh daffodil, English rose, Scottish thistle and Irish shamrock.

  • Would the dandelion be the herald of spring and the daffodil the pernicious weed?

  • The English word "daffodil" is a perversion of "asphodel," formerly written "affodil."

  • A second group is that of the Pseudonarcissi, constituting the genus Ajax of some botanists, of which the daffodil, N.

  • The daffodil (fig.

  • - Daffodil - (Narcissus Pseudonarcissus)-3 nat.

  • long; maximus is a closely-related but still finer form; obvallaris (the Tenby daffodil) is an early form with uniformly yellow flowers.

  • minor and minimus are miniature repetitions of the daffodil.

  • The" Vindictive,"supported by two auxiliary vessels" Iris II."and" Daffodil,"was to assault the mole on its outer and western side and by creating an impression that this was the main operation, divert the enemy's fire from the blocking ships.

  • Valentine Gibbs) and" Daffodil "(Lt.

  • and "Daffodil," cast them off.

  • This was a critical time, and it was four minutes past midnight when the little "Daffodil" came up and pushed the ship bodily into the mole.

  • The ship was being held into the mole by the "Daffodil," and if she were disabled it was practically certain that the men in the mole would not get back.

  • His own siren was riddled through and through, but the order was passed to the "Daffodil," and the shriek of its siren rose above the din.

  • the "Daffodil" began to pull her bows off the mole.

  • Bourne, Book of the Daffodil; Geo.

  • DAFFODIL, the common name of a group of plants of the genus Narcissus, and natural order Amaryllidaceae.

  • (See generally under NARCISSUS.) The common daffodil, N.

  • The Peruvian daffodil and the sea daffodil are species of the genus Ismene.

  • DIVISION 4 DOUBLE DAFFODIL CULTIVARS One or more flowers to a stem, with doubling of the perianth segments or the corona or both.

  • The national flowers are also shown; Welsh daffodil, English rose, Scottish thistle and Irish shamrock.

  • Would the dandelion be the herald of spring and the daffodil the pernicious weed?

  • The parent of all the varieties, H. orientalis is as hardy as a Daffodil, and its varieties are scarcely less hardy.

  • It is remarkable that while wild hybrids and garden seedlings usually enjoy richly manured soils, wild species and the white varieties of the Daffodil, N. triandrus and N.

  • Cyclamen Daffodil (Hybrid Narcissi Cyclamineus) - A dainty but not showy species, easily grown in a peat-earth rock garden or in pots of peaty compost.

  • Common Daffodil (Hybrid Narcissi Pseudo-Narcissus) - There are several hundred varieties of the Common Daffodil, either wild or cultivated.

  • Nearly all Daffodils do well on grass, if the soil be at all suitable; and as regards our wild English Daffodil, the grass is the only place in which to grow it permanently.

  • N. tridymus is a variable hybrid between the Daffodil and N.

  • Sternbergia Lutea - The great autumn Daffodil of Parkinson, it is a very pretty hardy plant, best on warm gravelly soils.

  • The bulb of the hyacinth and daffodil are toxic, but the flowers are not; while the flowers of the jasmine plant are the poisonous part.

  • Floral: Rose, lavender, lilac, hibiscus, daffodil, hydrangea, and other floral scents are some of the most familiar and most widely available.

  • The American Cancer Society puts on Daffodil Days all throughout the nation.

  • While individuals often purchase daffodils during Daffodil Days, local businesses can also make a generous donation to help in the fight against cancer.

  • Especially for spring, the store is offering Daffodil Bear, created by the famous Boyd's bear company.

  • For example, a couple from Wales may incorporate Welsh symbols, such as the dragon, daffodil or leeks, along with a Celtic knotwork pattern in a wedding band.

  • The elf like fairy wears a yellow dress, resembling an upside down daffodil flower, and her hair is short, blond and curly.

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