In course of time, and in the very self-same course of time, the Father of the Marshalsea gradually developed a new flower
From the top of the chimney he climbed he had caught sight of a new omnibus, whose color and name he had never known, as a naturalist might see a new bird or a botanist a new flower
may come out, the green embroidery of the hedges increase, but the same heaven broods overhead, soft, thick, and blue, the same figures, seen and unseen, are wandering by coppice and meadow.
Unfortunately, what the governess had heard was two gardeners coming to plant new flowers
in that very bed.
They were glad to get to the light of day once more; and when they were back in their own Jungle and Mowgli made the ankus glitter in the morning light, he was almost as pleased as though he had found a bunch of new flowers
to stick in his hair.
On Thursday, 8 October, gardeners of Keukenhof planted the first bulbs for a spectacular new flower
mosaic of the Golden Age.
Let us know how your new flower
patch is looking by tweeting @GrowWildScot using the hashtag #GWSUNDAYMAIL
Durham in Bloom volunteers and partners have dedicated nearly 5,000 hours over the past 12 months carrying out a range of projects, including installing new flower
beds and planters, around the city in preparation for the competition.
Look for new colors, new flower
forms and new size plants There is considerable interest in plants, including shrubs, that will fit better in the yards of today's homes.
East Durham College events coordinator and Durham Flower Festival Show secretary, Dianne Weir, said: "Since the decision was taken by Gateshead Council to stop running the Gateshead Flower Show we have been determined to set up a new flower
show for the region.
I repotted the eucomis into new compost and now the new flower
spikes look as though they're about ready for take off.
Over 80 new flower
seed varieties have been added to Harris' product line for 2014, including Healing Waters FuseablesTM, a relaxing multi-species blend of petunias and bacopa.