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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #56312: Flowers
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    At sunrise this flower is turned towards the east. During the day it follows the sun from east to west .

    The Netherlands has been famous for centuries for its fields.

    It has a pretty purple flower but all parts of this plant (flowers, leaves, seeds) are toxic.

    Which flowering plant does the vanilla bean come from?

    It can be dried without losing its form or colour, it's an flower

    The is among the first bulbs to bloom in spring.

    There is no rose without a . (proverb)

    The thistle is the emblem of Scotland. Its leaves have sharp on the margin.

    The world's most expensive spice, saffron, is derived from a flower.

    This flower was originally known as the 'day's eye' because it closes at sunset and opens at dawn

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