Before he reached him, Rostov, who was a splendid horseman, spurred Bedouin twice and successfully put him to the showy
trot in which the animal went when excited.
The restaurant was not so showy
or pretentious as the one further down Broadway, which he always preferred, but it was nearly so.
One special discovery that he treasured was the Showy
Lady's Slipper, which he discovered was a flower unable to pollinate itself and bloom without the help of bees or insects.
Now on familiar ground (after looking it up in the book) I explained this tree was not only planted here because it was a showy
native, it also had medicinal purpose, and had been used as a Native American and later folk remedy for treating skin irritation.
Nerine bowdenii Nerines are some of the most showstopping flowers we can grow to grace the autumn garden, wearing fluorescent pinks and incandescent corals in showy
silks and sexy satins.
There are two lovely scabious, Oxford Blue and Salmon Queen, with showy
flowers and strong stems that would be ideal.
He was shorthand for electronic experiment for experiments sake, a byword for a showy
elite, for those with little interest in the emotional heart of music, more keen to point to badges of niche knowledge.
Yes, there are many woodies that provide colorful foliage and bright berries that will soon be brightening the landscape scene, but showy
flowers on trees and shrubs at this season can add much to summer gardens.
But what do you wear when you've known someone for 20 years, who doesn't want you showy
but wants you "nice".
Marmara Group Strategic and Social Research Center announced that the center would not host showy
fast-breaking meals at luxurious places from now on, it would host meals for poor people.
One small criticism is that Ludgate Hill is rather dull this year, owing to a lot of the flowers being dark mauve and purple, which are not as showy
as the reds and yellows.
Choose a showy
subtropical perennial, like the Mandevilla shown here; or morning glory, climbing snapdragon (Asarina), or another annual vine.