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  • Tennessee seeds arrived today in the UK of moonvine and some more things I thought David might enjoy.

    Equal Time Mish Mash Monday* « Fairegarden

  • He touched the plants as he walked, moonvine and winter jasmine, the thorny rose and the winding wisteria.

    Dalamar the Dark

  • Most had now folded their hearts in the bowers of their petals, and only a pale moonvine blossomed, though there was no moon.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • As he entered the footpath leading from the prairie toward the house, he was forced to stoop to avoid the curtain of flowering moonvine which hung overhead, and once in the path he felt again the sickening drowsiness of the shut-in air.

    The Plunderer

  • Night Flowers: There are some flowers that blossom in the moonlight like moonflower or moonvine, evening primrose and the night-blooming cereus.

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  • Get lost Obama - we can see right thru You!!!!! by moonvine [Oct 20, 2008 9: 25: 40 PM]

    AMERICAblog News| A great nation deserves the truth

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  • "Most had now folded their hearts in the bowers of their petals, and only a pale moonvine blossomed, though there was no moon." -- Gene Wolfe, The Urth of the New Sun

    October 1, 2008