Definition of 'in flower'
Example sentences containing 'in flower'
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Cold has at least meant plants in flower have lasted longer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)New plants bought in flower are usually three years old and will quickly settle to make a chunky clump. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Garden centres are great for introducing you to plants that are in flower at the time of your visit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There were a couple of houses built in Alpine style and geraniums planted in flower boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Avoid spraying while the plant is in flower, for the bees' sake. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Try to buy plants when in flower, which is around now, so that you can see precisely what colour the flowers are because they can vary enormously. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Definition of in flower from the Collins English Dictionary
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