in bloom

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in (full) bloom

(of trees, plants, gardens, etc.) with the flowers fully open: Their garden was in full bloom.
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But, as Uncle Alec's experiment was intended to amuse the young folks, rather than suggest educational improvements for the consideration of the elders, she trusts that these shortcomings will be overlooked by the friends of the Eight Cousins, and she will try to make amends in a second volume, which shall attempt to show The Rose in Bloom.
Just underneath flamed a tangle of peonies in bloom, leaning down to the calm blue waters.
At cording in Bloom, Toscanini told one wind player to: "PUT something
Large Town: Stourbridge in Bloom - Silver Gilt Award
Try ``Hot Tamale,'' a miniature with flowers that appear in orange, yellow or pink, depending on how long they have been in bloom.
Saltburn In Bloom's 2005 campaign is officially underway, with green-fingered volunteers looking forward to a seventh year of competing nationally in Britain in Bloom.
It is not expensive, will flower every summer come what may and it is in bloom now so you can see exactly what you are buying in the garden centres.
In 1818, the plant flabber-gasted the Western explorers who first found it, and today it can still knock the syntax out of the lucky few who see it in bloom.
SPECTACULAR IN bloom, spring bulbs in containers can put on a radiant color show; here we show three ways to use them for striking effects.
Its compact growth habit and consistent rounded shape make it an attractive garden addition even when it's not in bloom.
4 -- color -- ran in Valley edition only) Many wildflowers are in bloom already at Pint Dume, dotting the coastal area's hillsides early with bright splashes of color.
You will find plants in bloom at many nurseries this month and through summer.
In some canyons in the Park, Desert Gold Carpet -- a flower unique to Death Valley, is in bloom.
Flowers are in bloom all over the region today, spring's first day: Orange California poppies bloom along Lancaster roadsides, yellow coreopsis and blue lupine sprout on the Channel Islands and purple sand verbena and white dune primroses flourish in the Anza-Borrego Desert.
The hills and canyons in and around the Valley are already in bloom due to the white and blue flowers of California lilac (Ceanothus), the most prolific winter bloomer among our local natives.