• WordNet 3.6
    • adj fall-blooming of plants that bloom during the autumn
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In literature:

Or upon what different soils it can fall, and live unknown, and bide its time for blooming?
"The Virginian" by Owen Wister
Yet it was but the moment of brief, deceptive bloom before decay and fall.
"Pioneers of the Old South" by Mary Johnston
What are deciduous flowers, and do they always "bloom in the fall, tra la"?
"Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete" by Albert Bigelow Paine
Condensed expression; for some of that seed shall surely fall in such ground that it shall bloom forever.
"Selections From American Poetry" by Various
BLOOM: The just man falls seven times.
"Ulysses" by James Joyce
Some are blighted and withered, ready to fall from the stalk; others are blooming while a blight is at the root.
"Words of Cheer for the Tempted, the Toiling, and the Sorrowing" by T. S. Arthur
Some leaves fall, but the flowers are always in bloom.
"The Social Cancer" by José Rizal
More than once Rudin felt a longing to fall upon him and give him a slap on his rosy, blooming face.
"Rudin" by Ivan Turgenev
A MEMBER: What kind is it that blooms in the fall?
"Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the" by Various
Unearthly wine Sleeps in this bloom; and, when it falls, they go.
"The New Morning" by Alfred Noyes
Tender as the orchard bloom that lingers till the day of fall.
"The Secret of the Creation" by Howard D. Pollyen
In the fall, the prairies were gay with the yellow and sad with the lavender bloom.
"Old Rail Fence Corners" by Various
And thus, before the fall, they may, perchance, have bloomed in Paradise!
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No 4, October, 1864" by Various
It was seven o'clock of a wonderful August morning, with all the bloom of summer and the lull of fall.
"Country Neighbors" by Alice Brown
I spray, as soon as the bloom falls, with London purple.
"The Apple" by Various
In the grounds and garden, every flower that grows and blows, was in fall bloom and fragrance.
"L'Arrabiata and Other Tales" by Paul Heyse
Easily grown from seeds, usually blooming the first fall.
"The Practical Garden-Book" by C. E. Hunn
The seed may be sown in the north as late as the middle of May, or even the first of June, with good results for fall blooming.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 7" by Various
Blooming and falling again, they would make an excellent preparation, and there was plenty to do in the meantime.
"Mushroom Town" by Oliver Onions
A fellow has to carry every blooming thing he's got, For whatever he lets fall they'll commandeer it.
"War's Brighter Side" by Julian Ralph

In poetry:

Or with slow feet, 'mid gaunt gold blooms
Of marigolds her fingers twist,
She seems to pass with Fall's perfumes,
And dreams of sullen rain and mist.
"A Dark Day" by Madison Julius Cawein
Decay! Decay! 't is stamped on all!
All bloom, in flower and flesh, shall fade;
Ye whispering trees, when we shall fall,
Be our long sleep beneath your shade!
"Hymns For Dedication V" by John Pierpont
Heaven's brilliant lights, Earth's blooming flowers,—
These shall all fade, and those shall fall:—
The moral beauty that is ours
Shall flourish o'er the tomb of all.
"For The Album of Miss E. L. B--" by John Pierpont
Close clings to earth the living rock,
Though threatening still to fall:
The earth is constant to her sphere;
And God upholds them all:
So blooms this lonely Plant, nor dreads
Her annual funeral.
"The Primrose of the Rock" by William Wordsworth
Green and tall as ever it grew in spring the grass
Grows not too tall, will not be cut again this year.
Geraniums in bloom behind the windowglass
Are safe. Fall has fallen yet winter is not yet here.
"Symbol" by Robert Francis
As a gloriole sign o’ grace,
Goldilocks, ah fall and flow,
On the blooming, childlike face,
Dimple, dimple, come and go. Give her time; on grass and sky
Let her gaze if she be fain: As they looked ere he drew nigh,
They will never look again.
"Brothers, And A Sermon" by Jean Ingelow

In news:

In the Chesapeake Bay, algae bloomed earlier than normal, fed by runoff pollution from last fall's major storms.
(Nov 19, 2009) Here's the problem with a plant that blooms in the fall: You might never see it in bloom in the garden center, and as a result you might never be inspired to plant it.
For most people, finding beauty in nature is easy - a vibrant sunset, colorful fall leaves, fragrant flowers blooming.
Some rhododendrons are just programmed genetically to bloom lightly in the fall and more heavily in spring, said Don Smart, president of the American Rhododendron Society.
These showy flowers are planted in spring, bloom through fall, and then die with frost.
Texas Ranger (Leucophyllum frutescens) plants bloom in the fall.
Under 2 feet tall Bloom season: Summer, fall Exposure: Sun to partial shade Pruning needs: Little or none.
Why are my redbud trees blooming in fall.
She said Tyler residents should take time to appreciate the garden, not only for its beauty as the plants flower and bloom from now until the year's first frost in the fall, but for what it represents of the city's heritage.
Plants grown in shady or semi-shady locations tend to grow taller, have weaker stems and smaller flowers, and bloom later in the fall.
A total of over 300 thousand bulbs will be planted around the Tulip City this fall for spring blooming.
When the summer blooms fade in the pots by the front door, I'll go to the garden center and find fall-blooming perennials that I want to add to my garden.
One of the rose garden's many bounties occurs each fall as the last roses bloom and succulent rose hips form.
Born in Niagara Falls on December 30, 1931, the daughter of William and Madeline (Hydock) Bloom.
Fall is in full bloom.