bridal wreath

noun
any of several shrubs belonging to the genus Spiraea, of the rose family, especially S. prunifolia, having finely toothed ovate leaves and sprays of small white flowers.

Origin:
1885–90

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bridal wreath
 
n
any of several N temperate rosaceous shrubs of the genus Spiraea, esp S. prunifolia, cultivated for their sprays of small white flowers

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Example sentences
Her bouquet was of trailing bridal wreath and white lilacs.
The church was effectively adorned with snowballs, bridal wreath and palms to carry out a color scheme of green and white.
The flowers on a spray of bridal wreath look close and crowded.
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