In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(Bot)lavanda femeninoespliego masculino(bag/sachet) (before noun) de lavanda(bag/sachet) (before noun) de espliegolavender bush — planta de lavanda / espliego femenino
- Climbing roses, jasmine and honeysuckle were trained up the walls and rosemary and lavender borders lined the flower beds.
- Plants were selected for their scent - rosemary, lavender, and sage, for instance.
- The Shakespeare Garden is planted with herbs referred to by Shakespeare in his plays, including mint, camomile, marjoram and lavender.
- Basil, marjoram and thyme grow well in small containers; bay, lavender and rosemary need larger ones.
- We just stood there in the semidarkness of the back garden, with the smells of early blooming lavender, chamomile and mint filled the unusually warm air for late January.
- They can be trimmed almost like a topiary, if you want to use miniature box, lavender or germander.
- A heady, often impenetrable mix of shrubs, herbs and wild flowers, such as lavender, myrtle, marjoram and thyme, its elusive scent permeates everything from the wine to the honey.
- The sensory garden would include scented flowers, such as lavender and honeysuckle, and a water feature.
- Stepping off the ferry, I am overwhelmed by the perfumes of rosemary, sage and lavender.
- He used Mediterranean and dry-climate plants such as lavender, salvia, santolina, and other plants that conserve moisture.
- There are also some permanent plants in the beds - mostly aromatics like lavender and salvia.
- But the vital feature of a garden is to have things you can touch and smell: rosemary, lavender and lemon-scented geraniums.
- Prune grey-leaved shrubs such as artemisia, lavender, sage and senecio to new shoots within 10 cm of the base.
- On the way the aroma of fields of lavender, rosemary and pine fill the car, and everywhere the stately march of the thousands of cropped vines in the fields.
- We've got hawthorn, gingko, elder, mullein, lavender, sage, thyme, echinacea, borage, yarrow and plenty of pine trees.
- Compact herbs such as chives, dwarf basil, lavender, and oregano fit nicely into the openings of concrete blocks.
- You also can plant lavender, oregano, thyme, rosemary and sage.
- Thyme, rosemary, marjoram and lavender will act as a magnet for bees and butterflies.
- And be sure to include herbs: fennel, oregano, lavender, bee balm, and sage.
- Shrub roses underplanted with catmint or lavender will seldom suffer from greenfly infestations.
2(color)azul lavanda masculino(dress/paint) (invariable adjective) (before noun) azul lavanda
- Its gracefully arching branches are loaded with clusters of cool pink flowers hinting of lavender.
- Mama told me to wear my lavender morning dress and to plait my hair with the matching ribbons I had.
- He then found a tight-fitting lavender halter-top that matched almost perfectly.
- Some are white, many in hues of lavender and lilac, pale mauves and deep purples, and a host of other colors.
- Then suddenly they erupt with snapdragon-like flowers that range in color from white to pink, lavender and purple.
- Walls, blinds and tablecloths were in misty shades of lavender blue and mauve.
- Structures have been strengthened, archways rebuilt, mosaic floors retiled and chapels repainted - lavender blue, daffodil yellow, sunset red.
- For example, in spring, the guests wear sky blue, grass green, pale rose, lavender, and buttercup yellow.
- Allison picked out a nice lavender and white flower printed summer dress with loose straps and a cut along the side only going up as far as the knee.
- She wore a lavender linen robe with a wide violet sash wrapped around her midsection.
- A bit of pale, lavender blue thread looped around the needle's eye.
- The 20-30 light lavender, bell-shaped flowers are fertile and funnel shaped.
- She wore icy lavender eyeshadow that was pale compared to her lightly tanned skin and dark purple lipstick outlined her lips.
- Her's were a soft lavender, the only time I'd ever see that color.
- The flowers fade to a shade of lavender, so it looks like lots of different flowers on one plant.
- The yellow and the lavender intermingled, one color coming in and out of the other.
- She wears a dress of lavender and purples that blended so well together it stunned me.
- Most flowers are lavender, purple, or fluorescent pink.
- The walls were painted a calm lavender, with my mom's most recent doodlings of clouds.
- The walls were a light lavender, the floor and ceiling were white.
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