(1) As ground moisture is pulled back into the dry atmosphere, ephemeral wildflowers slowly fade from the upland slopes, signaling harder times to come.(2) Bulbs have a very different life strategy from ephemeral weeds.(3) Coriander is an ephemeral plant which only lasts two to three months so you need to regularly plant new Coriander in your herb garden.(4) More generally, there are the well-known patterns whereby plants with large genomes cannot adopt an annual or ephemeral lifestyle and in which weeds tend to have small genomes.(5) Plants with short reproductive cycles, such as ephemeral and annual herbs, have genomes that are smaller on average than those with long cycles such as perennial herbs.(6) Happiness for Aristotle is not a fleeting feeling or an ephemeral passion.(7) It captures the familiar sight of memorials in the shape of crosses erected to road accident victims, decorated symbolically with ephemeral flowers.(8) Trends are ephemeral , fleeting: by the time you've identified something, it's gone, or changed out of all recognition.(9) They are organized by season, and I find this clever and wonderfully suited: jam-making is really the art of canning an ephemeral moment of the year, to be enjoyed later when nostalgia strikes.(10) Still, throughout my studies I have come across one or two stories from business gurus that I admit that I have found to be quite helpful, and a bit less ephemeral than a temporary high.(11) Deceptively mundane, the stores are ephemeral polling and pollinating organs, transient fruit-bodies of information.(12) I'd live the transient and ephemeral existence of a backpacker for a week, an existence of freedom and simple pleasures.(13) The quote places pop culture in context where every ephemeral moment is defined in time.(14) Being a woman and an artist does make a difference, in the same way that nationality, so crucial but so ephemeral in today's transient art world, does.(15) I mean what could you possibly win, apart from cash and the kind of frankly transitory and ephemeral applause of certain kinds?(16) Present plant communities are evidently ephemeral aggregations controlled by intersecting gradients of floral change.