blossoming


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Synonyms for blossoming

the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms

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From the beginning of March, inspectors visit the barometer trees once a day, with the trips increasing to twice daily as blossoming nears, Dojo said.
Located on the top floor of the hotel, it boasts a spectacular birds-eye view of endless blossoming cherry trees along the river and brings visitors the ultimate dining adventure.
And they'll be greeted by those same cherry trees, now blossoming and illuminated.
This is because it takes a lot of energy for the plant to produce the huge flower, and it needs years of rest between blossoming periods.
In the city center, in front of some homes and businesses, some plum trees turned white, and bees started to gather pollen from the blossoming trees.