creamy-white


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Synonyms for creamy-white

having the color of fresh cream

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Creamy-white pea-flowers appear during late summer and autumn (but not on young trees).
Among these are Lonicera fragrantissima ,a shrubby honeysuckle with creamy-white flowers from December onwards, specially floriferous when planted against a wall; and Lonicera purpusii ``Winter Beauty'', which produces white flowers freely in late winter and early spring.
Among these are Lonicera fragrantissima , a shrubby honeysuckle with creamy-white flowers from December onwards, specially floriferous when planted against a wall; and Lonicera purpusii `Winter Beauty', which produces white flowers freely in late winter and early spring.
Heuchera, 'Obsidian': Dark-purple, almost black leaves are crowned with creamy-white airy panicles.
Lonicera fragrantissima is an invaluable border shrub providing sweet, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from late winter into spring, which are followed by red berries.
petiolaris, a woody climber with broad, rounded leaves and large open heads of creamy-white flowers in summer.
These pretty perennials, in shades ranging from creamy-white to lilac, pink and red, rise above neat mounds of deeply cut foliage in summer.
These perennials, in shades from creamy-white to lilac, pink and red, rise above mounds of deeply cut foliage.
grandiflora - which can grow to 18m (60ft) producing huge, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from late summer to autumn - there are also smaller, but no less impressive types.
grandiflora, which can grow to 18m (60ft) producing huge, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from late summer to autumn, there are also smaller, but no less impressive types including M.
Take care to extract all the thick, creamy-white roots of bindweed.
The benefits of its excellent flavour and eating quality are further enhanced by its attractive creamy-white colour and clean eat.
The adult moth lays her eggs in the open pea flowers and these hatch into the tiny, creamy-white caterpillars with dark spots on their backs.
American holly flowers are creamy-white and small, with four tiny petals.
Guinness say a creamy-white froth is vital to the enjoyment of a pint of their stout.