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come into bloom

To blossom, as of a flower, tree, or other such plant. What time of year do these plants come into bloom? Our backyard is so colorful now that all the flowers have come into bloom.
See also: bloom, come

come into bloom

 and come into blossom 
1. [for a flower] to bloom. This rose comes into bloom later in the summer. When do they normally come into blossom?
2. [for a plant, bush, or tree] to begin to have many blossoms. When do these bushes come into bloom? They come into blossom in June.
See also: bloom, come
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But with the buds coming into bloom, and daylight savings about to brighten up our lives, why not come out of shadows and crack open something a little more citrusy, juicy, tropical or even a tiny bit green?
But just as one flower festival runs its course, new flowers are coming into bloom at the Yangmingshan Flower Festival which began on Feb.
The verge was just coming into bloom when it was cut down.
Visitors will learn how certain environmental changes, like a flower coming into bloom, indicate the start of a certain season.
Dr Nikki Gammans, project officer, said: "The signs are good - there are lots of wild flowers coming into bloom thanks to the work of the local farming community and gardeners.
They may only forage for a few weeks, so having different flowers coming into bloom all summer long is important.
With the green light given by planners for this project, we look forward tothe scheme coming into bloom.
It was only three days ago when I went round evening stables that I thought he was right - it was like a rose coming into bloom.
It was three days ago when I went round evening stables that I thought he was right - it was like a rose coming into bloom.
The political interest in public education is coming into bloom as the state enters its latest round of budget-driving lawsuits over how schools are financed.
Also in Worcestershire, an open day takes place at one of the county's most ancient woods, Tiddesley Wood, near Pershore on May 1, timed to coincide with the carpets of bluebells coming into bloom.
To take advantage of the blue bloom the National Trust is operating a bluebell watch which reveals when flowers are coming into bloom on its properties up and down the UK.
In this case the simplest thing to do is visit your local nurseries and select seasonal pot plants which are just coming into bloom, enjoy them while they last and then replace with a different range so that you never get bored and don't need to perform any chores other than watering.
Signs of spring are all around us, from the mutually beneficial 1-1 draws coming into bloom in Serie A to the frozen pitches causing chaos in Scotland's lower leagues.