early-blooming


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Adj.1.early-blooming - of plants that bloom during the spring
vernal - of or characteristic of or occurring in spring; "the vernal equinox"
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Learn about early-blooming wildflowers and grassland birds.
Despite its name the moon actually looked orange, with the term being a Northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower which starts to pop up in the US and Canada at the beginning of spring.
Despite its name, there is no actual colour change to the appearance of the lunar surface - it is a Northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower, which starts to pop up in the US and Canada at the beginning of spring.
His early-blooming Moraiolo olives, one of three varieties that go into his oil, held on to their branches.
The town is a three-hour train ride from Tokyo and is home to a special variety of early-blooming cherry blossoms.
They can be arranged with other early-blooming flowers or like camellias, they are lovely floating in a glass bowl.
Some of the best bees for pollinating early-blooming fruits are wood-nesting mason bees.
This also is the time to prune all early-blooming shrubs after the last flowers fade.
BEAT the winter blues by planting clumps of early-blooming Iris danfordiae, varieties of Iris reticulata and Iris histrioides in pots, gravel beds, rockeries and in drifts beneath evergreen and winter-flowering shrubs in garden borders.
For a showy display through the Holidays, mix an early-blooming sasanqua camellia, such as red 'Bonanza', with one that: blooms later, like white 'Setsugekka'.

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