Simultaneous emergence of young leaves or flowers on trees and large shrubs.

An area where water (usually± base-rich) flows or seeps through the ground, making its vegetation often very different from that of the more acid, stagnant or drier surroundings (mostly found in mountains or moorlands).

A red colour in the skin.

To wash a wound with liquid.

Sudden reddening of the face.

Also known as blushing; a sudden reddening of the face, neck, and sometimes upper chest. Flushing is usually a normal response to embarrassment, anger, or other strong emotion. However, it may also be associated with a high fever, menopause, rosacea, a drug reaction, or food allergies.

Reddening of the face and/or neck. Hectic flush occurs in such wasting diseases as pulmonary tuberculosis. A hot flush, accompanied by a feeling of heat, occurs in some emotional disorders and during the menopause.

Flushing is the reddening of the face and occasionally the neck, caused by the widening of blood vessels near the skin’s surface. It can happen during a fever or due to feeling embarrassed. Women commonly experience hot flushes during menopause.