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XVI style, all white paint, with hortensias in blue enamel.. [Swann's Way]
It was a succession of beautiful small gardens; there a fortress made of turf, its bastions crowned with hortensias; here. [Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon]
These are well stocked with dahlias, roses, hortensias, begonias, cowslips, sweet williams, wall-flower, and other old-fashioned flowers, and the bloom-covered fuschias carried one's thoughts back to pleasant days spent in Devonshire dales.. [Across the Equator A Holiday Trip in Java]
The assemblage, with its neutral shades of civilian cloth and its sprinkling of bright military hues -- like geraniums and hortensias in the dark soil of a flowerbed -- oscillates, then passes, and moves off the opposite way it came.. [Under Fire: the story of a squad]
Alas! there was nothing now but flats decorated in the Louis XVI style, all white paint, with hortensias in blue enamel.. [Swann's Way]
It was a succession of beautiful small gardens; there a fortress made of turf, its bastions crowned with hortensias; here a plot had been converted into a terrace, its walks ornamented with flowers, like the most carefully tended parterre; on a third was seen a statue of Pallas.. [Recollections of the private life of Napoleon]
A small garden two yards wide, surrounded by a low wall so that one could see the passers-by, separated the house from the road; there was a beautiful rose-laurel, extending its southern foliage above the evening bench, and there were yuccas, a palm tree, and enormous bunches of those hortensias which are giants here, in this land of shade, in this lukewarm climate, so often enveloped by clouds.. [Ramuntcho]
They had strolled beyond the hortensias, into a shady avenue of elms.. [The Lady Paramount]
She put up her sunshade, and they turned back into the alley of hortensias.. [The Lady Paramount]
Why, I have seen myrtles, laurels, fuchsias, pomegranates, and hortensias forming hedges and growing on the windows and walls of many houses.. [Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines]
It was a succession of beautiful small gardens; there a fortress made of turf, its bastions crowned with hortensias; here. [Recollections of the Private Life of Napoleon — Complete]
a cedar two hundred years old, weeping willows, a Norway spruce, and a beech which overtops them all; and there, in front of the main tower, some very singular shrubs, -- a yew trimmed in a way that recalls some long-decayed garden of old France, and magnolias with hortensias at their feet.. [Sons of the Soil]