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flower in Gardening topic

flowerflower2 ●●○ verb [intransitive]  1 DLGHBPto produce flowers Bulbs that you plant in the autumn should flower the following spring.2 literaryASUCCESSFUL to develop in a very successful way syn flourish the economic and social conditions that will allow democracy to flower→ See Verb table
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flowerHardly any of the gladioli I planted actually flowered.Communal living flowered briefly in the 1960s.The nasturtiums were flowering, brilliant and ragged across the soil, orange as flames.Only perfection can flower in the light.