FlowersThe following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 21 words from the "flowers" category:
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- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
a colorful flowering plant with delicate petals often used as a symbol of remembrance
- The bright red poppy flower blooms in the summer.
- Poppy flowers are often used to make beautiful wreaths.
- She picked a poppy from the garden and smelled its fragrance.
- She admired the vibrant red poppies in the field.
- He wore a poppy on his lapel to honor veterans.
- They picked a bouquet of poppies to brighten up the room.
a fragrant and popular flowering plant known for its beauty and variety of colors
- The rose is a symbol of love and beauty.
- Roses come in various colors, like red, pink, and white.
- He gave her a bouquet of red roses on Valentine's Day.
- She received a bouquet of red roses on Valentine's Day.
- He planted a rose garden with roses of different hues.
- They stopped to smell the roses in the botanical garden.
a small white flower that blooms in late winter or early spring, often symbolizing hope and renewal
- Snowdrops are the first flowers to appear in early spring.
- Snowdrop flowers are small and delicate, with white petals.
- She spotted a cluster of snowdrops in the snowy garden.
- She spotted the first snowdrops poking through the snow.
- He appreciated the snowdrop's ability to thrive in cold weather.
- They associated snowdrops with the arrival of spring.
a tall plant with large, yellow, and disk-shaped flowers that turn to face the sun
- Sunflowers are known for their bright yellow petals and tall stems.
- Sunflowers follow the sun's movement during the day.
- The field was filled with sunflowers swaying in the breeze.
- She marveled at the sunflowers swaying in the breeze.
- He grew sunflowers in the garden to attract bees.
- They used sunflowers as a cheerful decoration at the summer party.
a bulbous plant with large, cup-shaped flowers in various colors, often associated with love and beauty
- Tulips come in various colors and are a sign of spring.
- She planted tulip bulbs in her garden for a colorful display.
- The tulip festival attracts visitors from all over the world.
- She planted rows of colorful tulips in the flowerbed.
- He gave her a bouquet of tulips to express his affection.
- They visited the tulip festival to see the breathtaking displays.
a floating aquatic plant with fragrant flowers that grow on the surface of calm water
- Water lilies float gracefully on the surface of ponds and lakes.
- Water lily leaves provide shade for fish and frogs.
- Monet's paintings often featured water lilies in his garden.
- She admired the serene beauty of the water lilies in the pond.
- He often painted scenes featuring tranquil water lilies.
- They watched as a frog perched on a water lily pad.
a woodland flower known for its drooping, bell-shaped, blue-violet blossoms
- Bluebells carpet the forest floor with their vibrant blue blooms.
- Bluebell flowers have a sweet fragrance in the air.
- The bluebells bloom in April, creating a stunning sight.
- She took a peaceful walk through the bluebell woods.
- He photographed the carpet of bluebells in full bloom.
- They were captivated by the enchanting sight of bluebells in the forest.
the flower of the cherry tree, often associated with the fleeting beauty of life
- Cherry blossoms herald the arrival of spring in Japan.
- Cherry blossom festivals are celebrated with picnics and music.
- The cherry blossoms create a canopy of pink and white petals.
- She enjoyed a picnic beneath the cherry blossom trees in spring.
- He took part in the cherry blossom festival's celebrations.
- They appreciated the symbolism of cherry blossoms in Japanese culture.
a colorful and hardy flowering plant often used in floral arrangements and as a symbol of longevity
- Chrysanthemums are often associated with autumn.
- Chrysanthemum flowers come in a wide range of colors.
- In some cultures, chrysanthemums symbolize longevity and happiness.
- She entered her prize-winning chrysanthemums in the flower show.
- He gave a bouquet of chrysanthemums as a gesture of goodwill.
- They grew chrysanthemums in the garden to enjoy their variety of colors.
a small flower that blooms in early spring, typically in purple, yellow, or white
- Crocuses are among the first flowers to bloom in late winter.
- Crocus flowers push through the snow to reach the sunlight.
- The crocus garden is a sure sign that spring is on the way.
- She welcomed the arrival of spring with crocuses in her garden.
- He admired the delicate beauty of the crocus petals.
- They planted crocuses to bring a touch of color to the gray winter landscape.
a bright yellow flower with a trumpet-shaped center, often associated with rebirth and the arrival of spring
- Daffodils are known for their bright yellow trumpet-shaped flowers.
- Daffodils are often seen as a symbol of hope and new beginnings.
- She planted daffodil bulbs along the path, creating a cheerful display.
- She planted daffodils along the path to create a cheerful entryway.
- He enjoyed the sight of daffodils swaying in the breeze.
- They picked daffodils to create vibrant bouquets for the spring festival.
a small, simple flower with white petals and a yellow center, symbolizing innocence and purity
- Daisies have simple white petals and a yellow center.
- Daisy flowers are often associated with innocence and purity.
- Children love making daisy chains to wear as necklaces.
- She made daisy chains with her friends in the meadow.
- He loved the charm of wild daisies growing by the roadside.
- They considered daisies to be the embodiment of simplicity and beauty.
a common weed with bright yellow flowers and fluffy seed heads, often associated with wishes
- Dandelion seeds are carried away by the wind when they mature.
- Dandelions are considered both a weed and a medicinal herb.
- Blowing on a dandelion's seeds is said to make a wish come true.
- She blew on a dandelion to make a wish as the seeds scattered.
- He marveled at the resilience of dandelions growing in the cracks of the pavement.
- They remembered childhood days spent picking dandelions in the yard.
a popular flowering plant with clusters of colorful blossoms and distinctive leaves
- Geraniums are popular garden flowers with colorful petals.
- Geraniums are known for their strong and pleasant fragrance.
- She potted a bright red geranium on her windowsill.
- She tended to the geraniums in the hanging baskets on the porch.
- He appreciated the versatility of geraniums as garden plants.
- They used geraniums to add vibrant splashes of color to the garden.
a fragrant bulbous plant with dense spikes of flowers, often used in perfumes and gardens
- Hyacinth flowers come in various colors and have a sweet scent.
- Hyacinths are often grown in gardens and as indoor plants.
- The hyacinth bulbs were planted in the fall for spring blooms.
- She planted hyacinths near the windows to enjoy their sweet scent.
- He marveled at the vibrant shades of hyacinth blossoms.
- They associated hyacinths with the arrival of spring and new beginnings.
a striking flower with colorful, petal-like structures that symbolize faith and wisdom
- Irises have distinctive, sword-like leaves and colorful petals.
- Irises are named after the Greek goddess of the rainbow.
- The iris garden showcases a stunning array of colors and shapes.
- She admired the elegance of the iris blossoms in the botanical garden.
- He painted a still life featuring a vase of irises.
- They considered the iris to be a symbol of hope and clarity.
a graceful and fragrant flower known for its large, trumpet-shaped blooms
- Lilies are elegant flowers with large, trumpet-shaped blooms.
- Lilies are often used in floral arrangements for special occasions.
- She received a bouquet of fragrant lilies on her birthday.
- She received a bouquet of lilies as a token of appreciation.
- He watched as the lilies opened their petals in the morning sun.
- They associated lilies with purity and love.
a water plant with large, elegant flowers that grow in ponds and symbolize purity and enlightenment
- Lotus flowers are sacred in many cultures and represent purity.
- Lotus flowers often grow in muddy water but remain unsoiled.
- The lotus pond is a place of tranquility and reflection.
- She meditated by the lotus pond, finding inner peace.
- He studied the symbolism of the lotus in Eastern philosophy.
- They marveled at the beauty of lotus flowers blooming in the water.
a delicate and exotic flower known for its intricate and diverse varieties
- Orchids are exotic and diverse in shape and color.
- Orchids are highly prized for their unique beauty and elegance.
- The orchid show featured rare and stunning orchid varieties.
- She collected rare orchids from around the world.
- He gifted her a potted orchid to brighten her home.
- They found the orchid to be a symbol of refinement and beauty.
a charming and colorful flower with distinct markings on its petals
- Pansies have cheerful, colorful faces and heart-shaped petals.
- Pansy flowers are often used to add color to gardens and pots.
- She planted pansies in the garden to welcome spring.
- She planted pansies in the garden to create a vibrant display.
- He smiled at the cheerful faces of the pansy blossoms.
- They enjoyed the simple beauty of pansies in window boxes.
a lush and fragrant flower with large, full blooms often used in floral arrangements
- Peonies are known for their large, lush blooms and sweet scent.
- Peonies are popular in floral arrangements and weddings.
- The garden was filled with vibrant peonies in full bloom.
- She arranged a bouquet of peonies for a special occasion.
- He admired the peonies in the garden as they burst into bloom.
- They considered peonies to be a symbol of good fortune and happiness.
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