The obscure word of the week is sabulous

This week’s obscure English word is sabulous.

It’s a description of a plant that grows in sandy places. Ones that do could be said to be absolutely sabulous.

Your challenge: make up a sentence using this word, in the comments.

Copyright © Matthew Wright 2019

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4 thoughts on “The obscure word of the week is sabulous

  1. A useful word for some of us gardeners, me included. At my place, plants have to be sabulous and like shade too. A rare combination. (I wonder if there’s a similar word meaning “shade-loving.” “Umbrulous” maybe?)

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