white iris

white iris

diplarrenamoraea.
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In her light dress, with her slender delicacy, she made him think of a white iris.
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The water will be accented by dark blue and white iris.
Sambac jasmine, ylang-ylang, woody lily-of-the-valley and white iris create floral tones which are completed by an intoxicating blend of vanilla, fresh musk and amber.
The blooming white iris I brought to show folks at the workshop, named Immortality, was not grown from seed.
Unlike most birds, jackdaws'' eyes have a dark pupil surrounded by a silvery white iris.
Carrying a large bouquet of white iris mixed with pink flowers, she was supported by her partner and surrounded by officials.
Second prize went to Irina Hermosa, also of High Tech High, for her photo of a grasshopper on a white iris.
In "The White Iris," the last and most promising of the stories, Billy steals a white iris from a graveyard and, after awaking to what he believes to be the cry of a lost soul, resolves to return it in the morning.
Striding into the White Iris Club with his best friend Webb Pierce, 16-year-old Buford Pusser knew he shouldn't have come.
The large blue types (including one white iris called "White Wedgwood') produce larger bulbs.
Unlike most birds, jackdaws' eyes have a dark pupil surrounded by a silvery white iris.