It had died down in winter and come up again in the spring until it was as thick and shrubby
as some tropical garden-grass.
Upon the shrubby
hill of its edge Weena would have stopped, fearing the darkness before us; but a singular sense of impending calamity, that should indeed have served me as a warning, drove me onward.
Presently the trees grew thinner, and the shrubby
undergrowth more abundant.
These designer plants have a very compact shrubby
habit made up of glossy foliage.
Contract notice: contracting of supply of shrubby
, vivacious, aquatic, vines, rose bushes, crass, cacti, small-scale, indoor palms, bulbs, grass seeds and grass, native seeds and flower bags with sustainable public procurement measures
Contracting Of Supply Of Shrubby, Vivacious, Aquatic, Vines, Rose Bushes, Crass, Cacti, Small-scale, Indoor Palms, Bulbs, Grass Seeds And Grass, Native Seeds And Flower Bags With Sustainable Public Procurement Measures
It has a compact shrubby
habit with attractive thick darkgreen foliage.
She said fruit plants, botanical garden and flowery shrubby
plantation along the road side would be planted during the indicated period.
Body boost Plant new borders lasagna style - in layers starting with ground cover and working up to a shrubby
Of these pollens, around 97 per cent come from paper mulberry with their concentration reaching the extreme limits of around 40, 000 particles per cubic meter of air during the March-April spring season when the shrubby
tree's flowers have peak bloom to the misery of the sufferers of asthma and respiratory diseases, who sneeze, sniffle and cough and have watery eyes and running nose whenever they step out.
Hill explains how a sleepy little stream flowing over land so flat it could hardly ever carve itself its own valley, by the middle of the 20th century ended up in an artificial canyon approximately 12 feet below a major city, and in the suburbs cramped into skinny ditches secreted behind thick lanes of shrubby
This modern, unusual-coloured variety will produce a compact shrubby
habit of dark-green foliage and clusters of vivid-blue flowers.
Seasonal flowers including witch hazel, winter-flowering viburnums, shrubby
honeysuckles and Edgeworthia are blooming larger and more profusely as a result of last year's hot, sunny summer and a lack of hard frosts this winter.