spring-blooming love



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  • adj. of plants that bloom during the spring


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  • The echinacea, phlox and other summer flowers are fading while the spring-blooming dogwoods and magnolias are now just shades of green.

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  • It makes a charming companion to spring-blooming bulbs and thrives in the dusty shade beneath trees and shrubs, where other plants are not happy.


  • Take pictures of all your spring-blooming bulbs and perennials to record their positions in flower beds.

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  • Behind Takayama-san as he works are big fresh-cut branches of spring-blooming Asian forsythia, their yellow, bell-shaped flowers blossoming bright.

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  • Look for spring-blooming bulbs that can be forced in the fall.

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  • The genus contains many other lively spring-blooming plants, of which _A. hortensis_ and _A. fulgens_ have less divided leaves and splendid rosy-purple or scarlet flowers; they require similar treatment.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Part 1, Slice 1

  • The pruner should know the flower-bearing habit of the plant that he prunes, -- whether the bloom is on the shoots of last season or on the new wood of the present season, and whether the flower-buds of spring-blooming plants are separate from the leaf-buds.

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  • In spite of what seemed an open neglect, the Poteet flowers were always more prolific and advanced than any others along the Road, much to the pride of the equally prolific and spring-blooming Mrs. Poteet.

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  • It deserves a place very near, if not quite at, the head of the list of our best spring-blooming plants.

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  • A landscape designer, Finke is more accustomed to working with plants, and her team installed plenty of perennials, including ornamental grasses, cascading white roses and spring-blooming bulbs.

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