How to use Snowdrop in a sentence

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  • The snowdrop is a doubtful native of Great Britain, but is largely cultivated for market in Lincolnshire.

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  • The Snowdrop. Early spring-flowering amaryllidaceous bulbs, with pretty drooping flowers, snow-white, having the tips of the enclosed petals green.

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  • Besides these there are the various spring-flowering bulbs, such as the varieties of Hyacinthus, Tulipa, Narcissus, Fritillaria, Muscari or Grape Hyacinth, Crocus, Scilla, Chionodoxa and Galanthus or Snowdrop.

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  • Tony Darby had a snowdrop which I didn't know.

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  • The arrangement of the parts in the flower resembles that in the nearly allied order Amaryllidaceae (Narcissus, Snowdrop, &c.), but differs in the absence of the inner whorl of stamens.

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  • Early flowering camellias and hellebores, coupled with the occasional snowdrop, make the new year seem more inviting.

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  • Pusztai and his coworkers created GM potatoes expressing a snowdrop lectin (GNA) to increase resistance to insects and nematodes.

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  • In fact, Pusztai used a snowdrop lectin proven in peer-reviewed research to be harmless to mammals in its natural non-GM form.

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  • Worse yet, rats fed plain potatoes sprinkled with snowdrop lectin did not show these effects.

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  • It was also believed to be unlucky to bring a single snowdrop into a house.

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  • A fine double snowdrop... Few indeed are the flowers to be recorded in bloom.

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  • England's Greatest snowdrop Garden - Order bulbs & see Colesbourne Park, Gloucestershire during its snowdrop weekends in February.

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  • Snowdrop has white feathers, pink eyes, pink feet, a pink face and a very pale beak.

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  • Tony Darby had a snowdrop which I did n't know.

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  • Snowdrop The common snowdrop or galanthus is a genus of the Lily family consisting of about 20 species.

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  • A fine double Snowdrop... Few indeed are the flowers to be recorded in bloom.

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  • So they started an appeal to raise money to buy snowdrop bulbs.

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  • Interesting gardens, tho the main horticultural selling-point is its snowdrop displays in February.

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  • Moreover, the gene introduced into the potatoes was a snowdrop flower lectin, a substance known to be toxic to mammals.

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  • England 's Greatest Snowdrop Garden - Order bulbs & see Colesbourne Park, Gloucestershire during its snowdrop weekends in February.

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  • In practice, during snowdrop season, this means working round the clock.

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  • We checked " Snowdrop " over quickly then I climbed into bed, put her to my breast and she suckled straight away.

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  • Amongst these was a bulb which proved to be a Snowdrop flowering in the autumn, usually in October.

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  • A. amurensis, from Manchuria, has finely-cut leaves, blooming with the Snowdrop.

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  • The Snowdrop Tree is very slow, and grows and flowers badly on heavy, cold soils; on free, sandy loams it grows freely and flowers abundantly, and in that case is the most beautiful of flowering trees.

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  • There are several varieties of the common Snowdrop Tree-Meehani and laevigata and parviflora-as yet rare in gardens though deserving a place.

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  • American Halesias of which the Snowdrop Tree is so well known a representative.

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  • As the name suggests, Snowdrop, is a late winter or early spring blooming bulb that produces a single white flower on each stem.

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  • The flowers are sometimes blooming even while there is snow on the ground, which is one of the reasons the bulb is named Snowdrop.

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  • Snowdrop The common snowdrop The common snowdrop or galanthus is a genus of the Lily family consisting of about 20 species.

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  • It grows in England from 20 to 30 feet high, has a rounded head, with sharply-toothed leaves, in May bearing many white blossoms, in form like the Snowdrop, hence its popular name.

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  • The other reason the plant is named Snowdrop is due to the drooping petals and how they resemble milk dropping off the stem.

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  • Like the Snowdrop, the Eranthis may peek its head out and bloom while there is still snow on the ground.

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