Daffodils sentence example

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  • I noticed some crocus and daffodils coming up in the front.
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  • Around the tree by the pond, daffodils tipped their trumpets away from the light breeze.
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  • A milk glass vase with a spray of daffodils rested atop the table.
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  • Some of the earlier daffodils are already in bloom.
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  • The crocuses were in full bloom and the daffodils along the fence were swollen, ready to give birth to their bright yellow blossoms.
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  • A total of 58,175 daffodils surround this memorial -- one for each American who died in the Vietnam War.
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  • While individuals often purchase daffodils during Daffodil Days, local businesses can also make a generous donation to help in the fight against cancer.
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  • April blazes with yellow: daffodils, the yellow tulips ' Berlioz ' lining the Rose walk, the walls hang with purple aubrieta.
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  • She might welcome his attention by responding with pansies or sweet peas or rebuff his advances with daffodils or yellow chrysanthemums.
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  • Also important for growing daffodils is a location with good drainage.
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  • Associated with the best Scillas, Leucojum vernum, Iris reticulata, dwarf Daffodils, and the like, T. uniflora is delightful, and is equally useful for the rock garden, borders, or edgings.
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  • The results are bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and hyacinth available for purchase fully in bloom.
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  • Not only is fall the time to plant all those gorgeous bulbs that blossom in the springtime - tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, crocus and so many more - but perennials love the fall, too.
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  • Gardeners should also consider where they wish to plant spring flowering bulbs such as tulips, crocus, narcissus and daffodils, for each of these bulbs must be planted in the fall.
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  • Look around the flower garden and think about the best places to add tulips, daffodils and crocus.
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  • For certain calendar days of each spring, you can purchase bouquets of daffodils to give to friends, family members and most importantly, cancer patients.
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  • A classic nightgown from the 1970s starts at 19.99, and with its tied waist, fitted bodice and charming embroidered daffodils, it almost begs to be seen in public.
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  • Finally, if you enjoy these hand painted styles, you might also like the Swans and Daffodils silk white nightgown.
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  • True to its name, you'll find both swans and daffodils exquisitely painted on this nightgown.
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  • Choose fresh seasonal blooms such as tulips and daffodils, both of which are associated with Easter and the beginning of spring.
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  • A supply of roses, kalmias, rhododendrons, &c., and of hardy flowers and bulbs, as lily of the valley, hyacinths, tulips, daffodils, &c., should be kept up by forcing.
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  • Coming back down the path, near where the Daffodils bloom, we found a tiny dead adder, some eight inches long.
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  • I may mention I've got daffodils in flower - the first daffodils seen in Mesopotamia.
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  • Narcissus, which includes all daffodils are among the most popular of all garden plants.
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  • The miniature daffodils are out around our bird table.
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  • Where bright yellow daffodils pushed through the white picket fences that lined the streets.
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  • Here you can to stop and sit among the trees and spring daffodils and watch the world go by.
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  • Then I go outside with my gardening gang to plant daffodils.
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  • Even more surprising is the absence of awards for ' Emperor ', the doyen of yellow trumpet daffodils.
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  • Under plant them with crocus and daffodils and they look quite heavenly.
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  • They look nice interplanted with blue hyacinths or early daffodils.
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  • England has a wealth of wild flowers including snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, primroses, buttercups and cowslips.
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  • In spring and early summer snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells carpet the woodland floor.
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  • Threave Gardens are a delight all seasons but is best known for its spectacular springtime daffodils.
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  • If it's your 10th wedding anniversary, try daffodils.
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  • Take your camera with you throughout the Easter season so you can include snapshots of the first shoots of spring daffodils, pretty Easter dresses, the cross at your church, or baby birds in their nests.
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  • Frogs, Frills & Daffodils: A unique online experience, offering fun clothing beyond the basics.
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  • All the best Narcissi, and practically all the forms of the yellow and the bicolor Daffodils, may be planted in June, July, or August, in three ways-in the lawn or meadow, in the beds and borders of the garden, or in 6 or 8-inch pots.
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  • It is better to dig and replant Daffodils too soon than too late.
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  • In cutting Daffodils or Narcissi for indoor decoration, cut the flowers, when the buds are opening, or even just before, and let the stalks be long, as the flowers group better with long stalks.
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  • In Normandy, Daffodils by millions light up the woods in April, while many fine forms are wild in Spain and in the Pyrenean region, and the richest of golden Daffodils come from Spain and Portugal.
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  • 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.
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  • Hume's hybrids are deformed Daffodils, the best being Giant and concolor.
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  • Narcissus varieties include jonquils, daffodils, and paper whites.
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