wildflower

[ US /ˈwaɪɫdˌfɫaʊɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈa‍ɪldfla‍ʊɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. wild or uncultivated flowering plant
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How To Use wildflower In A Sentence

  • It's surrounded by mountains lush with greenery, bordered with wildflowers and dotted with water lilies.
  • Two shrubs here are desert broom and burro bush, while wildflowers include desert honeysuckle, with long, tubular, brick-red flowers, and woolly feverfew, with white or greenish flowers.
  • The wildflowers, many of which bloom in May, include waterleaf, wild ginger, red trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, smooth and woolly blue violet, Solomon's seal, false Solomon's seal, and enchanter's nightshade.
  • And of course part of the gardens are dedicated to wildflowers, and others to beautiful roses.
  • Among the common wildflowers are one-flowered cinquefoil, woolly lousewort, alpine willowherb, three saxifrages, and an Indian paintbrush.
  • Coastal heath vegetation is particularly colourful this wildflower season.
  • Good morning, Frances, Your wildflowers are a beautiful treat on this wet and gray morning! Wordless Wildflower Wednesday « Fairegarden
  • South Windsor is a lovely little town and the drive down to the launch was picturesque with rolling cornfields and wildflower meadows.
  • This is the time when the wildflowers are all blooming. Wedding bells toll for first daughter
  • Volunteers will be asked to help locate hogweed colonies, assist in destroying them and plant new trees and native species of wildflower to prevent them re-establishing a base.
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