Examples of wildflower in a Sentence
a field full of wildflowers
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Marvin eats crickets, mealworms and wildflowers, Zoe said.
Along the way: fields of wildflowers, mountain streams and picture-perfect views of the summit.
The storm wiped out the island’s wildflowers, so the bees were starving.
In spring, the forested path brightens with wildflowers.
According to research published in the scientific journal Nature, restoring bee’s natural habitats (a.k.a. planting wildflowers that bloom in the spring and summer) could be the key to quadrupling the vital insects’ survival rate.
Some of the best in their field, and known for thinking outside the box, the contestants put their advanced skills to work on concoctions composed of avant-garde ingredients (wildflower cashew milk?
The grassy path along the east side of the house is lined with tall goldenrod spikes, dune sunflower, spotted bee-balm, scorpion’s tail, gaillardia, yellowtop and other colorful wildflowers.
The California and Utah deserts also sprout wildflowers come spring and summer, but the season is much more short-lived.
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