Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
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Also in bloom are various white and powder blue asters (Aster), lavender-blue mist flower (Conoclinium coelestinum), goldenrod (Solidago), purple ironweed (Vernonia) and many other fall wildflowers.
Sixteen of the wildflower species are not found anywhere else.
Cold Bay is a wild and stormy outpost at the western edge of the Alaska Peninsula surrounded by tundra lavish in mid-July with wildflowers and crowned by a volcano that strides into view when the fog lifts and the clouds part.
In late summer, flower-spotters should visit Namaqua National Park, where spectacular fields carpeted with wildflowers can be viewed on 4x4 trails and hikes.
The developer and participating sponsors have given away over 1.5 million free wildflower seeds since the inception of The Woodlands Wildflower Festival 30 years ago.
The hero ingredient in this serum is camellia, a wildflower from Jeju Island in Korea, which, in combination with other nourishing oils — macadamia seed, argan, sunflower seed, and grape — deeply hydrates and soothes the skin.
The next morning, the road east first took me alongside fields of wildflowers.
In 1902, President Teddy Roosevelt’s wife, Edith, installed a nostalgic Colonial garden with paisley-shaped beds of sweet peas, jasmine, wildflowers, and daisies.
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