wild flower

NOUN
  1. wild or uncultivated flowering plant
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  • Although she enjoys the aesthetic value of wild flowers, her reason for encouraging their widespread growth is principally scientific.
  • Colourful wild flowers sprung up by the roadside, purple violets and white daisies dotted among the grass.
  • Millions of wild flowers colour the valleys, especially in April and May.
  • Yorkshire folk turned prickly yesterday after a wild flower charity announced that the common harebell had replaced the white rose as the county's floral emblem.
  • Especially the flowerage of spring time, with its many wild flowers and the rows of fruit trees along the fairways, make even the most ambitious golf player stop and contemplate nature's dazzling beauty.
  • It's a shared space and has heathers, ferns, gorse and many wild flowers (not at this time of year) growing on it.
  • This region is the home of many species of wild flower.
  • There were wild flowers here and there: pink campion, purple nightshade, white deadnettle, yellow aconite. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
  • The forest floor was carpeted with wild flowers.
  • This region is the home of many species of wild flower.
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