come in/into bloom

idiom

variants or come into flower
of a plant
: to begin to produce flowers : to start to bloom
in early spring, when the forsythias are coming into bloom
The lilacs have begun to come into flower.

Examples of come in/into bloom in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Temperatures range from the high 50s to the mid-80s from March to June, and trees and flowers — most notably, azaleas — come into bloom and create a lush scene of greens and light pinks. Lydia Mansel, Travel + Leisure, 16 June 2023 Later in the season, Coburn will create a second topiary art piece, and a new crop of flowers known as stock will come into bloom. San Diego Union-Tribune, 27 Feb. 2022 By March, these plants will come into bloom and bloom until late April or early May. Dan Gill, NOLA.com, 25 Nov. 2020

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“Come in/into bloom.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/come%20in%2Finto%20bloom. Accessed 23 Jul. 2024.

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