Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(plant)it's a spring bloomer — (es una planta que) florece / da flores en primavera
- But if you see a new scape rising at the base of a blooming plant, the plant is a repeat bloomer.
- Or you can stagger the bloom time by planting mid- and late-season bloomers together, creating a spring display that blooms in succession, for a whole season of color!
- Most of the small Dahlias are early and profuse bloomers, starting to flower in July and continuing right through till frost.
- A few will describe certain plants as continuous bloomers, but even these usually have a period of peak bloom.
- To encourage growth and additional flushes of flowers, feed repeat bloomers with a complete fertilizer.
- The flat, strappy foliage of the exotic night bloomer contrasts texturally with a bed companion, the enormous, finely cut fronds of an Australian tree fern.
- An old classic June bloomer in cooler areas, ‘Lord of June’ tall bearded iris, may open in April or May in the South.
- This repeat bloomer also can be trained into intricate shapes.
- Prune spring bloomers in early summer, right after they finish flowering.
- An early season bloomer, about 18-inches tall, its subtle fragrance has been described as elegant, sweet, and tartly fruity.
- Purchase this type of shrub rose, and you'll have a recurrent bloomer that will flower profusely several times a year.
- The white bird may flower anytime but tends to be more of a winter bloomer.
- They are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere from the Arctic to the Tropics and, as a group, tend to be early bloomers that put out masses of flowers that turn into masses of hips (good bird food).
- The following list is by no means exhaustive, but will give you ideas for some early bloomers that are good bets for producing flowers in late winter and early spring.
- Lightly prune midseason bloomers in late winter or early spring.
- This early summer bloomer native to Tibet is like no other.
- When blossoms of early bloomers wither, she removes them by hand, leaving areas of green leaves between the remaining areas of color.
- Rather than planting everything that blooms at the same time in close proximity, distribute the groups of early-, mid-, and late-season bloomers around the garden.
- From now through mid-March, deciduous trees show off their elegant forms, primroses are in flower, and winter bloomers such as witch hazel and sarcococca are perfuming the air.
- Evening bloomers, daylily cultivars that flower in the evening and remain open until the following day, also are available.
1(mistake)metedura de pata femininemetida de pata feminine Latin Americato make a bloomer — meter la pata informal
- About 45 minutes later, he committed his bloomer, and there is no doubt in my mind that the champion jockey made the elementary mistake of thinking that he had the race won aboard the second - favourite.
- To doubt this fact is to commit a bloomer.
- Recently our bickering politicians committed a bloomer.
- But the government has its pride; it is yet to admit that it had committed a bloomer which needs to be rectified posthaste.
- He has made some bloomers in his time, from the failed bid for American General to his company's attempts to ratchet up his pay just as policyholders' bonuses were going in the other direction.
pan con cortes transversales(loaf)
- I had visions of running over to the fresh bread counter, ripping the crust off a large bloomer and burying my face in the soft, warm expanse of white loaf.
- These include Cottage Loaves, Rye bread, Multi-seed, the classic Bloomer as well as finger rolls, torpedoes and much more.
- More crumb less crust, we use artisan baguette dough, baked as a pointy bloomer, and top with poppy seeds.