Primroses sentence example

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  • That was the first time I'd ever seen primroses.
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  • The larval foodplants are cleavers, hedge bedstraw and primroses.
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  • The motto was ` s Imperium et libertas "; the seal, three primroses; and the badge, a monogram containing the letters PL, surrounded by primroses.
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  • Spring comes early in Cornwall and in March the lane is studded with primroses followed by bluebells, campion and foxgloves.
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  • From here I wandered down the valley and into some steep and astonishingly beautiful woods that contained more primroses than I have ever seen.
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  • On a more somber note, Victorians used to plant primroses on the graves of small children (Flora Britannica by Richard Mabey ).
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  • The mild weather has encouraged the first wild primroses to show against a background of Gorse in full bloom.
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  • The crocuses are still to come, and so are the primroses and other wild flowers which follow the snowdrops in this wonderful churchyard.
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  • England has a wealth of wild flowers including snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, primroses, buttercups and cowslips.
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  • Further along, the native white flowered wood anemone was out under the trees and alongside primroses.
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  • Many of the finest Evening Primroses are natives of States west of Mississippi, such as California, Utah, Missouri, and Texas.
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  • When grown for bedding they are, like the Primroses, removed in early summer from the flower garden to the kitchen garden or nursery, and replaced there when the summer bedding plants have passed away.
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