Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
Recent Examples of wildflower from the Web
Since then native wildflowers and other plants have returned, wildfires were reintroduce and sunlight hits the ground in spots where weeds previously blocked its rays.
Massive seas of wildflowers paved Muir’s path as that California spring brimmed with golden splendor.
Pathways wander past trees, shrubs, wildflowers and bulbs.
The resort paints snowmaking machines and water lines in camouflage colors to hide them from customers who are expecting a verdant scene of spruce trees and white powder in the winter, or wildflowers in the summer.
Port Fulton Honey Porter — Named for one of Jeffersonville's many historic districts, this porter has hints of coffee and chocolate with local wildflower honey, when available.
Swim and kayak in the farm pond at this site ($120 per night), which is surrounded by wildflowers.
The ‘super bloom’ of wildflowers that sprouted from the desert to the sea last year won’t make a return appearance this spring due to a serious shortage of rain, especially along San Diego County’s coastal bluffs.
Blooming trees like the the purple-flowered redbuds and the snowy white Bradford pears and dogwoods are everywhere and then there's the miles and miles of wildflowers that run beside almost every highway and back road.
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Definition of wildflower for English Language Learners
: a flower that grows in natural places without being planted by people
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