everblooming


everblooming

everblooming [ev-er-bloo-ming] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. in bloom throughout most of the growing months of the year.

Origin of everblooming First recorded in 1890–95; ever + blooming Examples from the Web for everblooming Historical Examples of everblooming

  • The everblooming kinds have six inches of manure, then a foot of leaves, and then a good covering of cedar branches over all.

    A Woman’s Hardy Garden

    Helena Rutherfurd Ely

  • The monthly or everblooming Roses, which need very heavy covering in winter, should be planted together.

    A Woman’s Hardy Garden

    Helena Rutherfurd Ely

  • Everblooming Roses should be set out in the spring, about the middle of April.

    A Woman’s Hardy Garden

    Helena Rutherfurd Ely

  • For window culture, the Everblooming Roses are the best, and they should be ordered of the nurseryman in suitable pots.

    Parsons on the Rose

    Samuel Browne Parsons

  • Everblooming Roses is the name we give to those included under the second general head.

    Parsons on the Rose

    Samuel Browne Parsons

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