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freesiafree‧si‧a /ˈfriːziə $ -ʒə/ noun [countable]  HBPa plant with pleasant-smelling yellow, white, pink, or purple flowers
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freesiaA great bunch of gypsophila, daisies, freesia and roses sits in seemingly haphazard, but considered, disarray.She carried a bouquet of red roses, gold freesias, gypsophila and cream carnations.She imagined herself turning up at Alan's bedside with an armful of freesias and went hot all over.When pressing freesias you can use almost all the flower, as well as some of the stem.The rector leant against the dresser and watched her as she fetched a vase and arranged the freesias.She stopped to sniff the freesias.Pot up freesias, tulips, hyacinths and narcissi for winter and spring displays.Below: Whole freesia flowers should be arranged on a sheet of blotting paper before being pressed in a book.
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