in (full) bloom

in (full) bloom
in (full) bloom phrase
if a tree or plant is in bloom, it is covered with flowers

There was a magnolia in full bloom.

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Main entry: bloom

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in (full) bloom idiom
(of trees, plants, gardens, etc.) with the flowers fully open

The roses were in full bloom.

He loved watching the garden come into bloom.

daffodils in bloom

Main entry:bloomidiom

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