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paper white

or pa·per·white (pā′pər-wīt′, -hwīt′)
n.
A daffodil (Narcissus papyraceus) having star-shaped white flowers and often grown indoors in pebbles and water for winter blooming.
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Noun1.paper white - a daffodil having star-shaped white blossoms; often grown indoors to bloom in the winter
daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus - any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown
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YOU WILL NEED: Large coloured sheets of thick paper or card Paper circles or any water-based paint Gift ribbons or crepe paper White glue A pompom Sellotape Scissors WHAT TO DO: MAKE a cone by cutting out a circle of card with a radius of about 8 to 9 inches.
If you were to purchase bulbs of paper white narcissus, set a few in a decorative pot with pebbles to hold them in place and keep them wet, they will provide fragrant flowers within a few weeks.
Plant hippeastrum and paper white narcissus in pots now to flower at the en of the year, but keep them inside as neither will stand being frosted.
The six colors singled out for 2012 include the updated neutrals Paper White and Graphite, as well as Linen, a warm shade that can be used either as a neutral or as a color in its own right.
Easy Pot up a few pots of Paper White narcissus and keep them in a cool, frost-free place to force them into flower for some welcome fragrance in the winter months.
In 2004, ITC Paperboards started up a new Voith Paper white lined chipboard machine with a capacity of 80,000 metric tons/yr, trim of 3300 mm, and a three-fourdrinier forming section.
6Continue to pot up a few bulbs of paper white narcissus to provide colour before Christmas.
For two works titled Studies for Stewart's Sticks, 1999, he primed the paper white, then painted each square black and quickly "drew" the image by scraping through the acrylic to expose the white ground, again finishing one square before starting another.
It takes our company to a whole new level," said Jan Dutton, Paper White president.