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wild flower

1. any flowering plant that grows in an uncultivated state
2. the flower of such a plant
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The councillors recently announced a wildflower and tree-planting scheme in the centre of Skelmanthorpe as part of an investment in improving the old Skelmanthorpe recreation ground.
Information signs along the paths give details about the different pollinators and wildflowers.
The five new trails add to an existing site opened last year on the SNH grounds at Battleby, near Perth, which has a stunning wildflower meadow and a thriving bee hotel.
There were once natural wildflower meadows in every parish - today only 2% of the meadows that existed in the 1930s remain.
Carrie pose With the onset of the Second World War, millions of acres were dug up to plant cereals for the war effort, and the decline has continued - nearly 7.5 million acres of wildflower meadow have been lost since then and they are still being destroyed.
The acquisition strengthens Wildflower's status as a brand-focused cannabis company and will be valuable in establishing a more dominant brand position in the retail market, the company said.
Wildflower varieties generally are divided into three major groups: meadow, woodland and wetland.
This is aster native to Mississippi, and the nice thing about this wildflower is that it will persist in spite of an early frost.
Under the terms of the transaction, PSJH has signed an enterprise-wide commercial agreement with Wildflower.
Wildflower, a new Telenovela series is set to hit the TV screens from Wednesday, April 25, on StarTimes Novela E Plus, channel 128 and 057.
And don't mistake a hibiscus or an oleander for a native wildflower; true Florida native flowers have been growing here for centuries.
In the pages of "Texas Wildflowers Impressions" armchair travelers can go on a wildflower tour with native Texan photographers Rob Greebon and Richard Reynolds.