Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
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Stay natural Fall is a great time to catch wildflowers at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve near Strong City, Kan., in the Flint Hills.
When in doubt, just sprinkle wildflowers all over your face for IRL fairytale vibes.
The relentless mountains are variously attired in snowy crowns, swaths of wildflowers, rock outcroppings, waterfalls, and eucalyptus groves.
The northeast area, where the wildflowers are located, will become Gateway Village, a 30-acre parcel that will include 200,000-400,000 square feet of office space, enough for a corporate headquarters or multiple tenants.
Eventually, up to 20 different types of native grasses, sedges and wildflowers will be planted there including Blue Oats, Blue Indigo and false sunflowers.
Instead, Petty fixated a bit on his 1994 Rick Rubin-produced Wildflowers, technically a solo album that nonetheless heavily featured the Heartbreakers.
Wildflowers growing near the German fields might also have provided extra resources that could have made the bees more resilient.
RHINEBECK, N.Y. (AP) — Last goodbyes are said in these woods with wildflowers placed on a shrouded body, or with the beloved wrapped in a favorite childhood blanket.
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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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