Open-headed

O´pen-head`ed


a.1.Bareheaded.
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As one of the first open-headed daisy flowers to open in spring this wonderful, bright yellow herbaceous flower is a must in the wildlife garden, along with the few white daisies in your lawn!
A patented design allows the EZ-Strainer to simply hand from the top of any open-headed 55-gallon drum or 5-gallon pail without the chance of being pulled inside, even with heavy, viscous products.
A patented lip design allows the unit to simply hang from the top of any open-headed 55-gallon drum or 5-gallon pail, without the chance of being pulled inside, even with heavy, viscous products.
In Kings Heath, I've seen cashmeriana, a beautiful open-headed form of the mountain ash with soft pink flowers in May and gleaming white fruits half an inch in size at this time of the year.
It was so uncool that most ungrateful teenagers, complete with open-headed suppurating zits, would sooner crawl to school naked over broken glass than be seen emerging from the rear of Granddad's hearing aid beige Nissan Micra.
Betula utilis Jacquemontii, with its spectacular white bark, provides a perfect example for the urban garden as its open-headed form reaches up to 10 metres (30ft) and Prunus Hillier's Spire with its soft pink flowers in April followed by superb autumn colour is one to consider.