velvet flower

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Noun1.velvet flower - young leaves widely used as leaf vegetables; seeds used as cereal
amaranth - any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food
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She wore a very purple dress, a black silk mantle with jet fringe on it and a black bonnet with purple velvet flowers which stuck up and trembled when she moved her head.
Laurent Le Guernec of IFF, who created the fragrance, says, "The Red Velvet Flower inspired this creation beginning with the richness of the burgundy red, the velvety feel reminiscent of a royal cape and its deep textured floral scent." According to Coty, the bottle "was inspired by a queen's scepter; the distinct jewel-shaped bottle in shades of royal red and gold portrays sexy sophistication and lawless luxury." The faceted bottle, which is shaped like a red ruby, rests on its side, but comes with its own golden pedestal.
Described as lively and daring, it has top notes of wild berry, dark plum and bergamot which are perfectly matched to the heart notes of red velvet flower and natural jasmine.
The gorgeous premium velvet Flower box filled with a selection of 150 chocolates and truffles is the ultimate gift for Mother's Day.
Croda's ideas for Aphrodisia included Body Beautiful, formulated with Crodarom Velvet Flower, a downy plant with a velvety touch which feels like lingerie on the skin.
Bordeaux satin and matte-jersey gown, Mary L Couture at Lord & Taylor; dyed-fox and velvet boa, Adrienne Landau; velvet flower headband Ophelie Hats at Blueberi; sterling oval link cuff,
They include a large silver finish footed vase, pounds 45, natural silhouette velvet flower cushion, pounds 28, and Damask rug, pounds 160.