How to use Snowdrops in a sentence

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  • In the New Year the bare twigs make a bright tracery above clumps of snowdrops and yellow winter aconites.

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  • The potatoes were genetically modified to include a toxin - GNA lectin - found in snowdrops to make them resistant to potato aphids.

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  • We have early hyacinth and a small clump of snowdrops, which are beautiful too.

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  • Nowhere in Britain do snowdrops grow in such profusion.

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  • If you have never seen the snowdrops at the Jarman Center do go next year and have a look, they are quite spectacular.

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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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  • Cornwall Lanhydrock Daily Good displays of naturalized snowdrops appear during February within the 30 acres of gardens and grounds.

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  • The first few snowdrops had popped up on a sunny lawn.

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  • In the woodland this gave Nick a large area for ferns, hellebores, woodland bulbs, camellia and more snowdrops.

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  • In spring and early summer snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells carpet the woodland floor.

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  • In springtime each year you would if seated there be close to the snowdrops planted by Mrs Watts which have been augmented by well-wishers.

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  • If you live within traveling distance of the nursery you can collect your snowdrops in pots.

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  • Autumnal Snowdrops - In Greece and the adjacent countries several Snowdrops have been found which flower in the autumn or early winter.

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  • So far as I can learn, all these Snowdrops grow on high ground, mostly on mountains.

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  • I understand that the Snowdrops on the lower grounds do not flower until early in the year.

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  • The Yellow Snowdrops form but a small class, two varieties only being known at present, G. lutescens and G. flavescens.

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  • The situation I should choose would be a gently sloping bank, more or less shaded by trees whose roots were allowed to wander freely among the Snowdrops.

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  • I think the autumnal-flowering Snowdrops should be treated as alpine plants.

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  • All my best Snowdrops are grown under trees, the soil being quite full of their roots.

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  • Autumnal Snowdrops Octobrensis - Lord Walsingham, when travelling in Albania about the year 1875, collected some bulbs on one of the mountains and sent them to the late Rev.

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  • Autumnal Snowdrops Rachelae - This is of the same type as G. octobrensis, but the flower is a little larger, and the leaves are quite a third broader, and it seems to have a stronger constitution than that variety.

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  • They continue during the summer and autumn, and have a pleasing effect in the distance, as they suggest Snowdrops at first, and are quite as pretty when closely viewed.

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  • Glory of the Snow and Snowdrops are two that peek out from among late winter snowdrifts.

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