This platform he paved with the huge fronds of elephant's ear
which grew in profusion about them, and over the fronds he laid a great sail folded into several thicknesses.
His teeth were long and sharp and grinned horribly, while his lower lip hung down upon his chest, and he had ears like elephant's ears
, which covered his shoulders, and nails like the claws of some fierce bird.
This involves everything from couscous and grilled halloumi to the welcome bowl of steamed spinach, a plate of braised mushrooms, sheftalia, and substantial grilled pork chops about the size of an elephant's ear
, which were accompanied by proper, piping hot pita and excellent homemade chips.
Kids also can spin the barrel for additional related words and sounds and lift the elephant's ear
to see the letter associated with the image.
Before we left we took a picture of markings on the elephant's ear
which we wanted to compare to the elephant in the video footage we had of the hunt back at camp.
Dutchman's breeches, Elephant's ear
, Hydrangea, Jack-in-the-pulpit, Jasmine, Jimsonweed, Larkspur (Delphinium), Laurel, Lily of the valley, Mescal bean, Mushrooms, Nightshades, Philodrendron, Poinsettia, Prunus species, Tobacco, Yellow jasmine, Yews Taxus species.
From his reaction you'd have thought I'd asked him for a slice of elephant's ear
Some widely found toxic plants include oleander, golden dew drops, desert rose, elephant's ear
and dumb cane, she said, noting that their effects range from nausea, vomiting and burning of the skin to serious conditions like difficulty in breathing and lung failure.
From Alocasia (you may know it as Elephant's Ear
or Giant Taro) to Xanthosoma (without a common name that I recognize), this delightful 118 page book takes you on a tour of the world's kitchens and gardens.
Also known as elephant's ear
, this water lover does best in warm climates; in colder regions, you can grow it indoors.
Black elephant's ear
(Alocasia plumbea), 5 feet tall with 2-foot-long deep violet leaves, is a fitting red banana companion.
His dinner piece The Spider (Aranea) portrays an elephant as an arrogant colossus, and in Rings (Anuli) an elephant's ear
is interpreted as an emblem of aural receptivity.