canary bird


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Synonyms for canary bird

any of several small Old World finches

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Canary Bird will dash up a trellis or wires in a couple of months.
Among the best shrub roses are Ballerina, with white centre and pink- flushed petals, the fantastically scented Fantin-Latour, which produces pale pink flowers and the yellow-flowered Canary Bird.
This led to them saying that I was like a canary bird and the name "El Canario" (The Canary) became my nickname.
For the colored man to-day to attempt to stand up to fight would be like a canary bird facing a bulldog, and an angry one at that'" ("Colored" 33).
Photo: Canary bird vine, with feathery, bright-yellow flowers and 2-inch lobed leaves, can quickly cover a fence or wall with delicate tracery
YES, a canary bird has been spotted in Netherton, giving pleasure to all who can see it.
One of Zeldin's special garden treasures is a canary bird bush (Crotalaria agatiflora).
A ADRIENNE SAYS: Wild roses such as Canary Bird don't need any pruning other than to keep the bush under control and to remove dead or broken branches.
Hawkeye has two smartly bred mares among his first positive results: Lit de Justice mare Burnin' Memories - a Listed winner in the US - and Canary Bird, dam of Canadian Grade 3 winner Fearless Flyer.
Canary Bird (Rosa xanthina), the earliest of the roses, has been in full bloom since the end of April in some gardens.
Candlelight and Sunningdale Yellow are good pale yellows, while Canary Bird, Yellowhammer and Goldfinch are darker.
Pat Shanahan, rider of All To Easy, was cautioned by the stewards to be more careful in his riding after an inquiry into an incident early in the straight in which Canary Bird (sixth) was slightly hampered.
The obscure yet distinctive canary bird bush (Crotalaria agatiflora) is a drought-tolerant shrub that deserves wider recognition and landscape use.
Abutilon Canary Bird is one that you should be able to pick up at most garden centres.