Definition – What is the meaning of Bloom?
Bloom is a common term in the horticulture circle that can references to:
- the blooming period of a flowering plant
- the real bloom itself
- the action or display of blossoming flowers
- a given mixture of plant nutrients (bloom nutrients)
- the wax like exterior covering of some plants
When used in the environment of a plant’s life periods, the bloom period drops after the vegetative period and is generally called the flowering period.
Bloom explained by Bud Bionics
In the environment of hydroponic nutrient mixtures, the products, many times are sold as grow and bloom mixtures. With the grow bottles being utilized for vegetative growth, and the bloom bottles used amid the flowering period.
Bloom also shows up in products named bloom boosters, and in the axiom: boosting the bloom.
When used, referring to the wax like coat of some plants, a bloom is a part of the plant’s epidermis and the periderm composition of the plants.
Like other parts of the plant, the epidermis cells are touched by the adjacent environment. Therefore, the epidermis of plants that grow in moisture less situations are bulky, Plants that grow in moist situations are lean. Sometimes, this applies to the periderm.
To comprehend the implication of bloom, it is significant to break down the exterior regions of plants. The exterior of the plant brings in the cuticle which refers to the cracks and ridges of plants and depends on portions known as cutin and pectic. These parts, particularly the cuticle, have wax like build ups of granules and rods. This determines, in the bloom of plants and bloom is existing in stems, leaves and fruits of plants.« Back to Glossary Index