yellow bells


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Noun1.yellow bells - viscid herb of arid or desert habitats of southwestern United States having pendulous yellow flowersyellow bells - viscid herb of arid or desert habitats of southwestern United States having pendulous yellow flowers
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
Emmanthe, genus Emmanthe - one species: yellow bells
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Look for the blooms of yellow bells in April, pink Nootka roses and yellow lupine in May, and pink Clarkia and white mariposa lilies in June.
GIVEN the backdrop of a warm sunny wall, Wintersweet, which is a notoriously slow shrub, will soon reward with its spicy violet-like scent that is released from waxy yellow bells that hang from the bare branches from December to February.
Their 3-7cm primrose yellow bells contain striking red anthers and emit a cowslip fragrance, growing to 180cm high.
In addition to playing with color, Albenda has also invested some time in a quest for the ideal font, arriving at Albenda Bold, a variation on Times Roman designed for maximum ease of reading and sufficiently flexible to allow for occasional small variations (notice how the tops of the y and r of eyrie, for example, blend into one another, or the Is in yellow bells link up).
Species clematis can be counted on to push their way in anywhere - the familiar Clematis montana, smothered with white or pink blooms, Clematis tangutica, with yellow bells and fluffy seedheads, and sweet-smelling Clematis flammula, with masses of creamy flowers in summer.
Species clematis can be counted on to push their way in anywhere -the familiar Clematis montana smothered with white or pink blooms,Clematis tangutica, with yellow bells and fluffy seedheads, and sweet-smellingClematis flammula , with masses of creamy flowers in summer.