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Synonyms for flower

Synonyms for flower

the showy reproductive structure of a plant

a condition or time of vigor and freshness

the superlative or most preferable part of something

Synonyms

to bear flowers

to be in one's prime

Synonyms for flower

a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

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the period of greatest prosperity or productivity

produce or yield flowers

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And there are the early flowerers starting in late March and early April, mid-season varieties and then the late flowering tulips that keep going right through May.
And there are the early flowerers starting in late March and early April, midseason varieties and then the late flowering tulips that keep going right through May.
Clearing out early flowerers like 'Flanders Poppies', but collecting the seeds for next year, gave me some space for seedlings I have been growing on.
This countryAAEs climate doesnAAEt favour bulbs that produce such extravagant, seductive flowers; the furnace-tolerant native flowerers are typically understated.
Another great benefit of many winter flowerers is that they have wonderfully scented flowers.
Lettuce, spinach, and the like are long-day - early summer - flowerers.
During the late winter and early spring when flowers are scarce the many different rosemarys are covered with bees busy searching out the nectar in these generally first flowerers.
Asters or Michaelmas Daisies are classic autumn flowerers and can range in height from 12in to 60in.
And continue to support tall flowerers such as delphiniums.
Some are poor flowerers, others extremely generous with their blooms.
The late flowerers need an acid soil but those flowering earlier are not so fussy.
This tree is pollinated by a Golden Delicious tree that is an excellent pollinator in the mid-season group of flowerers but it only produces small apples that are loved the birds but are almost inedible to us.
Not only are they attractive, profuse long flowerers, they thrive in most soil conditions and are even shade and drought tolerant.