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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 back yard 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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Springis the mostbeautifulseason of the year, when nature awakens and a huge variety of trees and flowers comes into bloom.
Then there is Wisteria floribunda which comes into bloom slightly later, peaking in May and June.
As Marty's new locks comes into bloom, we look at other celebrities who've had a little help with their thinning tresses.
The feminine bottle evokes the delicate roundness of a peony as it comes into bloom.
A CORNER of Anglesey will explode into colour next week as the rhododendron garden at Plas Newydd near Llanfairpwll comes into bloom once again.
PLANT lovers are in for a treat when an impressive collection of flowers comes into bloom this month.
10) Bugle a very good ground-covering plant that comes into bloom early in the year.
A magnificent effect can be achieved by simply adding to old bulbs from the year before, revealing a sparkling array of colour when the mix all comes into bloom.
Chelsea will be awash with colour - and members of the Royal Family - as the world-famous annual flower show comes into bloom tomorrow.
For Lallie, January and February are her favourite months because that's when her favourite flower comes into bloom - the snowdrop.
As it comes into bloom, fertilize the bulb with any houseplant fertilizer.
This shrub will reach six feet and comes into bloom about now.
Just before it comes into bloom, both are green and wrapped in a sheath.