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- It was a work of art, four feet in diameter comprised of orchids, lilies of the valley, hyacinths, arum lilies and white carnations.
- She also enjoyed flowers adorning the Keegan home with a variety of flowers, with white carnations being her favourite.
- This arrangement takes red roses and carnations and surrounds them with blue larkspur and white mini carnations and snapdragons.
- It was a bouquet of flowers, white carnations, with just the very edges of the petals dyed a bright cerulean blue.
- Hundreds of wreaths, mainly made up of seasonal flowers such as carnations, chrysanthemums, lilies and gerbera were laid in his memory
- In the galleries, export market cut flowers such as anthuriums, orchids, carnations, heliconiums and gerberas attracted a large number of people.
- Choose flowers with full heads like dahlias, carnations, chrysanthemums and daffodils.
- One also does not give white asters or carnations in Switzerland.
- It was summer when I was there, and beds of dahlias, marigolds, carnations, violets and pansies painted the entire garden in rich reds, purples, yellows and blues.
- Willow trees swayed gently besides the house, offering shade; she could make out a showcase of white lilies and golden carnations behind the foggy windows of an adjacent greenhouse.
- This unique hybrid features large balls of blooms that resemble carnations in a charming white cream color.
- It had the most beautiful carnations, lilies, white and blood red roses I had ever seen.
- They wore fuchsia pink bodice top and skirt and carried matching bouquets of pink and white carnations.
- Other skills, such as cultivating onions, giant leeks, melons, carnations, fuchsias and roses for competition, are honed on allotments.
- Mention the names carnation, pinks or sweet William and most gardeners will immediately recognize the family of plants.
- Double Delight has flowers as complex as carnations.
- Participants learnt advanced techniques in producing and protecting roses, orchids, gerberas, anthuriums and carnations.
- To the left and right were carnations, daffodils, orchids, and every species of flower Althia could recognize and some she couldn't.
- Her shroud was covered in red and white carnations, an icon placed on her breast, while candles burned at her head and feet.
- Stitched with colorful silk threads on a wool ground, primarily in cross-stitch, it features an acorn and carnation border, three wide floral bands, and averse.
1(color)rosa vivo masculine(dress/wallpaper) (invariable adjective and before noun) rosa vivo
- The skirt was ‘a loose undergarment, full gathered, of carnation, striped with silver and parted with a golden zone’.