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Just a trio of palm fronds stuck in the dirt like tombstones.
Good foliage to gild should be thick and hold its shape well, such as magnolia, holly, pine, fir, juniper, palm fronds, boxwood, live oak and others.
Or in space: In Years Later—Her Scarf (2017), a man dressed for cold weather sits in front of an open doorway, palm fronds waving outside.
Add fennel slices and fronds, arugula, Pecorino Romano, parsley, and cooled farro to bowl
Add fennel slices and fronds, arugula, Pecorino Romano, parsley, and cooled farro to bowl; toss to combine.
Everything is made of bamboo and banana leaves and palm fronds because this is where these materials actually come from.
Downtown Naples’ chic Fifth Avenue was littered with palm fronds and debris, a couple of uprooted trees and broken glass.
The tree's rounded fronds are found in fossils going back 270 million years, with the ancient version of the plant looking much the same as today's.
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First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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