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His cities are planting trees, draping the walls and roofs of high-rise buildings in moss and ferns, and installing bird-friendly window panes.
The castle’s stone walls were as thick as a bus, covered with moss and miniature ferns.
The swampy lowlands were rich with flowering plants, palmettos and ferns.
The restaurant has a garden with Tibetan Prayer wheels, brick paved patio with seating, and a pergola surrounded by palms, ferns and other small trees.
To achieve this look, florists use flowers like bells of Ireland, hydrangeas, green gladiolus, as well as ferns, decorative leaves, and even moss.
And then there are the perennials: ferns, bee balm, coneflowers, hibiscus, black-eyed Susans.
Four years after logging, the wasteland portrayed in the photo was thick with manzanita bushes, raspberries, snowbrush, bracken fern, and native blackberries.
My bathroom is full of ferns
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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