blooming


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the organic process of bearing flowers

informal intensifiers

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The Blooming Bath is made of plush, cuddly, yet durable and easily washable materials.
Encore([R]) Azaleas begin blooming each spring like a traditional azalea.
These are hothouse beauties, of course, but still they make us crave blooming roses of our own.
April 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bloom is blooming in the Washington, D.
Last fall, the Georgia Department of Transportation planted over 200,000 daffodil bulbs on Georgia roadsides to extend the season of blooming flowers and give motorists more varieties to enjoy during their drive.
The flowers that do open can be far from other flowers, and they don't show much synchronicity in blooming.
The seed pods of 'Texas Lilac' Vitex must be removed after EVERY bloom cycle -- it will be blooming again in less than a month.
Other nonstop blooming Justicias include the pink Justicia carnea, the orange Justicia spicigera, the silver Justicia betonia, and golden Justicia aurea, and the yellow and pink Justicia `Fruit Salad.
Due to recent significant rainfall, roads leading into the National Park are blooming with wildflowers, in what is predicted to be the best wildflower bloom in the national park in more than eight years.
The wine-colored arctotis would be a nice complement to the saucer magnolia (Magnolia x soulangeana) trees that are also blooming at this time.
NASDAQ: CFLO), the leading provider of content-smart networking solutions, today announced that the University of Wisconsin-Madison has implemented CacheFlow cIQ Server Accelerators to scale site capacity in anticipation of increased site traffic for the upcoming blooming of the Titan Arum at the UW-Madison Botany Greenhouse.
THOUSAND OAKS - Wildflowers are carpeting local hillsides with brilliant patches of purple, yellow and blue - blooming earlier than at anytime in recent memory thanks to a series of heavy rainstorms and the hot, dry weather that followed.
Jonquils, which will start blooming in late winter, are miniature daffodils with a spicy smell.
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