flowering

[ flou-er-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF flowering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOWERING

The garden at the back was full of flowering cherries and plums.

But Madame Beattie was tired, though this was the flowering of her later life.

All other nations had had their flowering time and had faded out.

Flowering beans and peas trailed their sprays upon the ground.

It is of much greater value at the time of flowering than when the seed is ripe.

They went slowly by the quiet road beneath the flowering trees.

Close came the scrub and pine and all the flowering trees of May.

A flower that stops short at its flowering misses its purpose.

They do not appear like this till just as their flowering time is almost over.

The flowering glumes are generally uniform when there are many.

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