ice cascade

ice cascade

[′īs ka′skād]
(hydrology)
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Cymbidiums, such as the glorious Ice Cascade, which has waterfalls of white flowers, prefer it a bit cooler, so site them in a porch or conservatory.
Cymbidiums, such as the glorious Ice Cascade, prefer it a bit cooler, so site in a porch or conservatory.
Cymbidiums, such as the glorious Ice Cascade, which has waterfalls of white flowers, prefer it a cooler, so site them in a porch bit h or conservatory.
Cymbidium 'Ice Cascade' is a very free-flowering orchid that drips waterfall cascades of fragrant white flowers.
Along with the Walter Cook Caves, the area includes Iguana Crypt, Ice Cascade, 4-Eyed, Caprock and Anticipation.
He'd once watched ice cascade from that machine that stood near the fish market on the dock and it felt like that.
In winter, the huge and grand Winter Fishing Festival on the ice-bound surface of the Jingpo Lake, the world's second largest alpine barrier lake demonstrates the millennia-long fishing and hunting culture, and in combination with traditional Manchu folk experience in such programs as ice cascades and misty pines, ice diving, Shaman village, etc., it highlights the regional characteristics of ice and snow tourism.
Griffith Taylor- an Australian Geologist, had discovered a blood red stream pouring out of the ice cascades of Taylor Glacier!
Griffith Taylor, an Australian Geologist, had discovered a blood-red stream pouring out of the ice cascades of Taylor Glacier.