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- I painted cream-colored ivy and periwinkle flowers on the Lincoln green wood.
- I found periwinkles and primroses in full flower, bluebells, just coming along nicely thank you, grape hyacinths, and polyanthus.
- You can even plant periwinkle, bugle and ground ivy in the gaps in your log or rock pile - this could make a fun project for an older child.
- We make our way carefully through the periwinkle, a little wild patch of lilies of the valley, and some vicious canes of blackberry.
- Like Mexican heather, periwinkles are tender.
- The corolla of the normal periwinkle flower is salver-shaped and the stamens are located in the throat of the corolla tube.
- We crept close to a house, knelt into monkey grass or button weed or periwinkle, and looked through the lighted windows.
- At the base of a tree, for example, you might have better luck with wood chips or shade-loving ornamental plants like ivy, periwinkle, or pachysandra.
- Here the interior is inlaid with millions of beautiful shells, scallops, paloudres, clams, periwinkles, mussels, oysters and rogans.
- In Galway Bay, Ireland, a live limpet or periwinkle used to be placed at the corners of the house to ensure successful fishing.
- Crabs are a particular favourite of mine - shore crabs are numerous, and every other periwinkle shell seems to harbour a hermit crab.
- The fish in this dish consists of whatever the fishermen caught earlier that morning - usually prawns, mussels, periwinkles, cod and sometimes octopus.
- In 1881, a thunderstorm in Worcester brought down tons of periwinkles and hermit crabs.