• cut flowers
  • 切り花
  • flowers of sulfur
  • イオウ華,湯の花
  • No flowers.
  • 弔花[供花]ご辞退申し上げます(◆死亡広告にそえる)
  • plant flowers
  • 草花を植える
  • The orchids were in flower.
  • ランが満開だった
  • A 1978 field study conducted around Albany found the Honey Possum (Tarsipes rostratus) occasionally visited Adenanthos cuneatus, while the Western Spinebill much preferred the species to other flowers.
  • Wikipedia: Adenanthos cuneatus
  • A form from Jervis Bay with large orange flower spikes was deemed by amateur botanist and banksia enthusiast Alf Salkin to have horticultural potential.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia paludosa
  • Aboriginal people, particularly the Nyoongar and Yamatji, placed the flower spike in a paperbark-lined hole filled with water to make a sweet drink.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia attenuata
  • All these flowers are white, with the exception of Camellia sinensis which has a yellow centre, and all either have dense filaments or are formed of tight clusters of small flowers.
  • Wikipedia: Chrysiridia rhipheus
  • Approaching flowers may also have side-effects on the game world, such as bringing vibrant color to previously dead fields or activating stationary windmills.
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  • As such it is one of the most popular banksias for cut flower production, with commercial crops grown in Israel, Victoria, South Australia and Hawaii.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia prionotes
  • Baker proposed that the waratah's endemism to the Australian continent made it a better choice than the wattle, as well as the prominence of its flowers.
  • Wikipedia: Telopea speciosissima
  • Banksia ericifolia macrantha 'Creamed Honey', so called because its flowers are the colour of creamed honey, is a pale flowered variant originally found at Crowdy Head on the New South Wales north coast.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia ericifolia
  • Banksia menziesii was the subject of a book by botanical artist Philippa Nikulinsky, which showed the progress of an inflorescence from bud through flowering to fruiting and seed release over 22 watercolour plates.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia menziesii
  • Brown antechinus, Sugar glider, and Bush rat are also known to visit flowers.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia spinulosa
  • Delpino classified flowers on the basis of the pollinators they attracted, and coined many of the terms still in use such as pollination syndrome and ornithophily.
  • Wikipedia: Fertilisation of Orchids
  • Eliza Doolittle, the central character in George Bernard Shaw's play, Pygmalion, and the musical adaptation by Alan Jay Lerner, My Fair Lady, is a Covent Garden flower seller.
  • Wikipedia: Covent Garden
  • Germination takes about five or six weeks, and plants may take two years to flower.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia sessilis
  • He worked directly with the development team to integrate the music into the game by adjusting the placements of flowers and the tones that each type played when they were reached.
  • Wikipedia: Flower (video game)
  • Honey Bees (Apis mellifera) visit flower spikes but are not effective pollinators.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia verticillata
  • In its natural habitat it flowers prolifically over several months, but according to George it may be reluctant to flower in cultivation.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia telmatiaea
  • It is a slow-growing plant that tends to become untidy with age, and generally does not flower until four to five years from seed.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia violacea
  • It is lined with wool, hair, feathers, flowers or plant down, and padded with a circular mat woven from fibres pulled from the cocoons of the processional caterpillar.
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