flowerful

flowerful

(ˈflaʊəfʊl)
adj
(Botany) having plentiful flowers
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In honor of Debbie, please consider wearing flowerful clothing or flowers on your clothes to the services.
The annual succession of garden flowers created a sense of natural order for Ruskin, just as it would for Kunial in the following century, though Ruskin's gratitude for the perennially repeating pattern was tinged by the realization that at last, "the whole of life became an autumn." (28) But even in old age and ill health, what still mattered most was the start of the sequence, the flower not the fruit, and hence the poignant memory of his "chief prayer for the kindness of heaven, in its flowerful seasons ...
THREE Northumberland floristry students won Harrogate Flower Show Oscars after giving a truly flowerful performance.
When you hear the term "cottage garden," you might automatically picture a flowerful plot in front of a rustic country cottage in England.
Then, if they have a few hours to spare, they hop on a tour bus and travel to world-famous Butchart Gardens, where flowerful containers (not to mention garden beds) dazzle them further.
Once established, all buckwheats can survive on rainfall alone, but many--especially the colorful kinds shown here--are usually more attractive and flowerful if watered occasionally in summer.
'Bonica': pink shrub, easy and flowerful, lightly scented.