The lilacs and laburnums had put on their ball-dresses for the season, and there was a fresh, youthful feeling in the air.
The larkspurs and laburnums in the garden had no language that she could understand.
The laburnums point up instead of hanging down, and I am sure Mary would have altered it if she could.
When she neared the laburnums behind which she often sat or walked, her ear caught the sound of voices.
Holmhurst is now a nest of spring blossoms, the azaleas glorious, and the gold of the laburnums quite hiding the leaves.
Being of extremely inquiring minds, we picked the larkspurs and laburnums to pieces, but became nothing the wiser for the process.
Then I caught a glimpse of gold from the laburnums, of purple from the lilacs, of white from the sweet acacia trees.
They raced and chased each other up and down the gravel walks between the lilacs and laburnums bursting into blossom.
The laburnums glistened, rustling to and fro in the breeze; a ripple ran over everything.
The plum-trees and laburnums were in blossom; their white and yellow masses gleamed through the interlacing boughs.
1570s, from Latin laburnum (Pliny), of unknown origin; perhaps from Etruscan.