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Dapple

Sancho’s ass. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]
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Lenten roses are perfect for a woodland setting or a sheltered border in dappled shade where they will not be exposed to the midday sun.
Butterfly Conservation president Sir David Attenborough said: "The sight of a Speckled Wood flitting through the dappled sunlight of woodland glade is a memorable high summer spectacle.
POLEMONIUM are cottage garden favourites that look great in dappled shade.
If you are going for variegated types, put them in full sun for the best result, although they will tolerate dappled shade in any fertile, well-drained soil.
Dappled with lichen, white spots like spittle, rivulets of
they watched the dappled bog and stone with us, as if we and they should
His poetry has appeared in First Things, Modern Age, Measure, The Lyric, Dappled Things, the Wanderer, St.
They leave on their cream And white dappled horses,
that bright cloth flapping in the wind its colors jangling, a dappled
Dark scudding clouds fight the light Brooding silence always here As if to hide the dappled sight Stress is felt though never seen Where poppies waving in the breeze Hide the brief and vulgar aftermath, The ghostly breath of days gone by The desperate struggle to survive.
"Dappled Glory" is set in a time when the United Mine Workers of America were locked into a life-and-death struggle with mine owners, their political allies, and their hired thugs (in and out of police uniforms).
With their glossy, dark green foliage and nodding bell-shaped flowers, bluebells are ideal for woodland gardens, for planting under trees or shrubs, where they will like the dappled shade, or giving lawns some character We are offering nurseryraised bulbs of the true English bluebell, Hyacinthoides nonscripta.