Definitions for "Flowering"
Keywords:  pollination, bloom, pollen, shed, vine
Stage in the vine's development when the flowers bloom.
This is the stage when the crop starts flowering. In corn, tassel emergence and pollen shedding takes place at this stage. Two to three days after pollen shedding, silk emergence takes place. At this stage, typically occurs 51-56 days after planting the corn seed, pollination between silks (female) and tassels (male) takes place.
This is a crucial stage of seasonal vine development. Tiny, self pollinating flowers that will form the new grapes bloom a few months after the beginning of the growing season. The success of the pollination depends upon the weather. Too much heat or heavy rain can impair pollination and lead to crop loss (also called " shatter"). Flowering is usually mid to late May in Napa Valley.
The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification.
the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
Having conspicuous flowers; -- used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc.
Keywords:  adorning, act
The act of adorning with flowers.
a developmental process; "the flowering of ante-bellum culture"
A flower petal effect around the outer edge of a repair. This is caused by the laminate detaching from the outer layer of glass.
Keywords:  bursting, spring, trees
bursting into flower; "flowering spring trees"
Producing the male and female reproductive structures.