"Then the rainiest June since the 1950s helped the spread of downy and powdery mildew" he told The Telegraph.
The dull, yellowish-green leaves are rather thickish and downy, the pods erect.
Fluffy, tell downy the little story I told you the other day, about the sunbeam.
It came from the grass, from the trees—the long tasselled branches of downy honey-sweet, white blossoms that hung from them.
Then, remembering, he sprang from the downy bed to his feet.
The second variety, M. cylindrica, has a downy stem, 5-angled with simple tendrils.
I return to my study and in about fifteen minutes downy is back at work.
There was no longer a downy bed behind him; no longer a parent bill to bring him his daily worm.
She nestled her downy hair beneath his chin and closed her eyes.
The early flowering stems are rather thick and fleshy, about six inches high, and downy.