Blooming, blossoming, having flowers opening.(adjective)
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Use "in bloom" in a sentence
"Amorpha was in bloom everywhere on the sun-washed hillsides, purple clusters bursting against soil almost black … and now there were roses!"
"This plant continues in bloom until the autumnal frosts, from which circumstance it has derived one of its names, Frost-weed."
"Page 191 in the ground, stem erect, smooth, round, from twelve to eighteen inches high, of a yellowish green cocolor, stem forked, each branch bearing a single large leaf at the top, between which in the fork when it is in bloom there is a single white flower, which is succeeded by a yellow acid fruit."