bring (something) into blossom

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bring (something) into blossom

To cause something, such as a flower or a tree, to bloom. Moving those flowers to a sunnier spot helped bring them into blossom. Nothing I've done has brought these plants into blossom—do I need to water them more often?
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bring something into blossom

to make a plant or tree bloom. The special plant food brought the rosebush into blossom. The roses were brought into blossom by the lovely weather.
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A dream is not something we have while we're sleeping - a dream is something we realise." "I offer my thanks to the Qatar Gymnastics Federation for showing great initiative and I hope the gymnasts will respond with some wonderful performances, watering the flowers that the federation has brought into blossom." Taking place from today till 3 November, the 48th World Championships will provide the first qualification route for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
A dream is not something we have while we're sleeping a dream is something we realise." "I offer my thanks to the Qatar Gymnastics Federation for showing their great courage and I hope the gymnasts will respond with some wonderful performances, watering the flowers that the federation has brought into blossom." On his part, Ali al Hitmi said, 'We are thrilled and honoured to provide the world's best gymnasts with the eager global media presence, optimal venue conditions and enthusiastic spectator support to make their important first strides towards the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.