They call it 'the Moon of the peach blossom', and they cherish the time in their calendar.
Hurstwood was sorry when a character, known as peach blossom, interrupted her.
Every bloom uncorks a vial of perfume which has the odor of the peach blossom.
One drinks in some parts infusions of cherry, plum or peach blossom.
The beak is peach blossom, and the naked membrane ash coloured, the iris orange, and the feet grey.
This ruby and peach blossom rose ground was applied to vases with very telling effect.
There was peach blossom in her hair, and she had the loveliest bouquet of flowers—real flowers, that scented the air——but there!
Then the land of peach blossom spread its draggled wings abroad and rejoiced.
It is the colour of the bud when the peach begins to bloom, not the pink of the peach blossom so prettily tinted with yellow.
Is love the rose upon the lip or the peach blossom in the cheek, that only the young may call it theirs?