dusty miller


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dusty miller

Any of several low-growing plants that have fuzzy stems and leaves. I think I've got a dusty miller growing in my backyard.
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Am flynyddoedd lawer bu'n ddywediad lleol os byddai rhywun wedi bod yn siopa ac yn dychwelyd yn llwythog: "Mae'r Dusty Miller yn dwad
The focal point of the room was a large iron urn filled and wrapped with kale, purple and lavender hydrangeas, thistle, white roses, dusty miller, cedar, berries, purple lisianthus, and anemones, thistle, moss and large flocked branches, with hanging votives.
WORLD War Two veteran Dusty Miller shares his memories with Knowsley schoolboy Ethan O'Brien
Lychnis x walkeri `Abbotswood Rose' is similar to dusty miller but more spreading and shorter.
33-1 Duke of Monmouth (Mark Richards) sees off Crowded House in the Triumph Hurdle, and then Dusty Miller (Jamie Osborne) beats Bank View in the County Hurdle.
SIMON SHERWOOD, whose training career began in spectacular fashion with a Cheltenham double, Duke Of Monmouth and Dusty Miller, is favouring the Irish Independent Arkle Challenge Trophy for his only runner, Il'athou, at this year's meeting.
In October 1955, Dusty Miller was lost at sea while in command of the MV Joyita, which was making a voyage in the South Pacific from Samoa to the Tokelau Islands.
Clr Lees-Hamilton said the student was driving down Dunbottle Lane near the Dusty Miller pub when the taxi shot out of Flash Lane without pausing at the junction.
Weave a mixed eucalyptus- and olive-branch garland between birch vases filled with dusty miller and green berries.
Complementing her ensemble was a bouquet of ivory and blush garden roses, dusty miller, and white Freesia wrapped in ivory ribbon.
TRIBUTE: Dusty Miller, 88, a veteran post office worker and Royal British Legion county parade marshall admired the exhibition in the Metquarter
FOR impact, fill pots with the brightly-coloured leaves of ornamental cabbages and kale, sandwiched between the finely-cut lacy foliage of Dusty Miller and tails of ivy.
He had previously run the Inn-on-the-Bridge Pub, Hebden Bridge, and the Dusty Miller, Mytholmroyd, in West Yorkshire.
Henrietta Knight ended the day in double form, winning the White Company Novices' Hurdle with Balladeer (4-11) and the Dusty Miller Reigning Tipster Maiden Open National Hunt Flat Race with Queen Soraya (2-1), both ridden by stable Jim Culloty.