Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
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For more info: PASSAGE: TBD MUSIC: Street music Spring is in full bloom, and in New York that means pianos are popping up like wildflowers.
The route: Durango to Grand Junction, Colo., on U.S. 550 to 50 Miles: 167 miles one way Best time: Midsummer, when wildflowers run riot.
Here are five things to know about Banksia, which is named after a spiky Australian wildflower.
All my wildflowers have had to jump the sidewalk and grow in the tree lawn and the gutter.
Another wildflower, blue curl (Phacelia) is also blooming and is especially obvious because of its ability to attract butterflies and bees.
The first 10 individuals to complete the challenge will receive a wildflower ID guide.
In the last decade, similar buildings have popped up like wildflowers in the Court Square and Queens Plaza sections of Long Island City, a slowly fading industrial hub in Queens near the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.
According to the online Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflower Guide, borregowildflowers.com, plants that produce wildflowers are already germinating, and at a rate slightly better than last year.
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WILDFLOWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wildflower for English Language Learners
: a flower that grows in natural places without being planted by people
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