yellow trumpet

NOUN
  1. pitcher plant of southeastern United States having erect yellow trumpet-shaped pitchers with wide mouths and erect lids
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How To Use yellow trumpet In A Sentence

  • Everywhere I went, there were daffodils - a million yellow trumpets saluting the arrival of the brand new season, smiling up at the clear blue sky and the bright cool sunshine above them.
  • The darling yellow trumpets are thrusting up in fir and birch woods across Scotland for our delight. Times, Sunday Times
  • The yellow trumpets should be preferably located in a place where it can have at least a few hours a day of direct solar light.
  • For a full century, King Alfred has set the standard for yellow trumpet daffodils.
  • The yellow trumpet flower is known to campesinos as retama, jamoncillos, jarilla or esperanza. Wildflower hunting in Durango
  • The darling yellow trumpets are thrusting up in fir and birch woods across Scotland for our delight. Times, Sunday Times
  • The darling yellow trumpets are thrusting up in fir and birch woods across Scotland for our delight. Times, Sunday Times
  • An angel hovered over their heads, blowing a yellow trumpet.
  • The yellow trumpets should be grown in a bright place, with direct sunlight.
  • The darling yellow trumpets are thrusting up in fir and birch woods across Scotland for our delight. Times, Sunday Times
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