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These sesame blossoms are inspired by that classic, as well as Syrian barazek, which you can find in many Middle Eastern bakeries, especially ones specializing in western Mediterranean cuisine.
The right mix can help a cactus blossom, a peperomia propagate, or philodendron grow long enough to vine up a trellis.
Within two or three weeks, the stalks swell into a multitude of meadow-grasses and blossoms as tall as my waist, fragrant and enveloping.
Usually, when the moth smells the unaltered floral fragrance, it flies upwind and uses its long, skinny mouthparts to probe the tube the way that it would a blossom.
Drones that blow pollen-laden bubbles onto blossoms could someday help farmers pollinate their crops.
When they shall rush in unto Jacob, Israel shall blossom and bud, and they shall fill the face of the world with seed.
Her head, set off by her dainty white gown, suggested a rich, rare blossom.
It will not long pause anywhere, and it easily leaves each blossom for a better.
He had lost the dream that Tony but tended a blossom, the fruit of which would come sweetly to his plucking afterwards.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The leaf is small and light green, and it is quite (p. 384) a showy plant when in blossom.

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