trumpet flower


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trumpet flower

indicates notoriety. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
See: Fame
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Its trumpet flowers are pinky grey on the outside and pure white within and have exquisite perfume.
The curious nomad's wanderings are frequently rewarded: Exotic trumpet flowers bloom behind deserted streets, in darkness.
When you first get your potted lily, its trumpet flowers full of fragrance, make sure you keep the soil just moist.
To get acquainted with my yard, I consulted a local nursery and came away smiling after learning the red and white trumpet flowers of lush honeysuckle vines and purple floral clusters on Abelia shrubs are providing nectar for hummingbirds.
Along busy Coburg Road out front, the owners planted palm trees, banana trees and angel trumpet flowers.
Waser sighs at the thought of textbooks that expound on long, red trumpet flowers that fit hummingbirds or blooms that seep nectar at just the right depth for a certain moth's unfurled proboscis.
Best is 'Countess of Haddington' with great frilled trumpet flowers of white touched with delicate pink.
Types like 'Everett's Choice' and 'Select Mattole' cascade with scarlet trumpet flowers.
There are a host of annual climbers, some hardy - sweet peas are perhaps the most widely grown example - and others half-hardy annuals such as ipomoea, the morning glories, with big trumpet flowers in sky blue, deep purple or crimson.
They're one of the most beautiful plants to grace our borders with their statuesque stems dripping with trumpet flowers.
The yellow/white Halliana is a Japanese joy which adorns many a trellis (well, one of mine anyway), while the trumpet flowers of the Dropmore Scarlet last ages.
The colourful trumpet flowers of this beautiful house plant (otherwise known as Sinningia speciosa) will brighten up shady corners of the greenhouse or the house.