flowerbed


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Synonyms for flowerbed

a bed in which flowers are growing

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There are six in total, and the children will be encouraged to decide what they would like to grow in their flowerbed over the school year.
Plant perennials in your flowerbeds for beautiful colours that come back year after year; then fill in any gaps with summer bedding plants.
The National Flowerbed competition at Tatton Park is probably the second biggest competition held by the Royal Horticultural Society and the other one is at Chelsea Flower Show.
Georgia's winning entry was of a ladybird resting on a colourful flowerbed.
Clarkson firing at flowerbeds and trees with his shotgun.
Segre's expertise in the Italian horticultural tradition emerges forcefully in the third chapter, in which she points out that the planting scheme was devised in such a way as to emphasize the geometric outline of the flowerbeds in the three gardens.
They can be used in lawns, flowerbeds, window boxes and planters or drilled into a fence post.
Lined up on a terrace behind a flowerbed are dozens of solar panels with reflector wings spread wide to capture the sun's rays and heat up to 180 degrees Celsius.
Some of Marston's objects-giant fiber-optic tree, wheeled flowerbed, talking lampshade--possess an odd charm.
A SIMPLE FLOWERBED LIFTED TRACI PARKS OUT OF THE darkness.
This one is oval, centered with a large urn surrounded by a flowerbed.
A central flowerbed filled with tools gave both mobile and chairbound residents access to physical activity.
Ray Fortin of Vermont used railroad ties to build his wife a raised flowerbed 32 inches high and 80 feet long.
Didn't even ask permission, just started planting, finishing out the long flowerbed, edging over into the main yard and down the other side.
Flowerbeds were create along the walking path and an "Adopt-a-Flowerbed" program was begun.