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the organic process of bearing flowers

informal intensifiers

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Before blooming, 10 plants were randomly selected from the central two rows in each plot and tagged to record the final plant height (cm), number of monopodial and sympodial branches, squares, flowers, opened bolls per plant, boll weight (g) and seed cotton yield (kg ha-1).
The crop accomplished the maximum leaf area index at 130 days after sowing with combined MLE + MC application at 45 days after blooming in conventional cotton cultivar CIM 573 at both locations.
DisplaySetting up an attractive display is easy with blooming teas, because their natural beauty will draw customers without any effort.
A 1999 Titan Arum blooming at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in California drew 76,000 physical visitors.
Poppies and other wildflowers - including fiddlenecks and filaree, usually the earliest of the valley's native flowers - are blooming at spots along the roads leading to the reserve.
The trees, donated with the help of a local Japanese-American group, symbolize harmony with nature and people, and should remain blooming at the library for weeks.
Besides the poppies - which right now have the thickest blooms on south-facing slopes outside the reserve's boundaries - other wildflowers are blooming at the reserve and elsewhere around the valley: pygmy lupines, cream cups, redstem filaree and fiddlenecks.
I've never seen a year like this with poppies blooming in January.
Jonquils, which will start blooming in late winter, are miniature daffodils with a spicy smell.
On Friday, the reserve itself had few poppies, though the hills were green with grass and redstem filaree, and patches of poppies were blooming in a field facing the reserve's main entrance.
The state wildflower can be found blooming on the warmest, sunniest slopes along Godde Hill Road and in Leona Valley, normally the first local spots where poppies show.
Like most figwort species, they stop blooming in cold weather and do not accept heat all that well.
In addition, Bella Rossa has a long blooming season, and sets many buds, even on young plants.
I would appreciate information on what I should do when it is done blooming.
Q: In a small slope area that receives full sun, wind and periodic gopher infestation, what short blooming plants do you suggest?
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