What is the difference between a bud and a blossom?

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    A bud is an undeveloped or rudimentary stem or branch of a plant. It is usually enclosed in protective scales and contains an undeveloped shoot, leaf, or flower. A blossom is an actual flower or cluster of flowers that have bloomed.

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    A bud is the first step in producing flowers or fruit. It is described as an “undeveloped or rudimentary stem” on the plant. The blossom on the other hand is the actual flower that grows from the bud. It is normally used to say the tree is blossoming (flowering) before producing fruit (they can next in the stages).

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