Ah, fruition. This lonely little word is very curious as to why it is used so rarely these days. After all, it is what everything here is all about, isn't it?
Completion, realization, fulfillment, final result, end result, culmination, achievement - we hear all of these words on a daily basis, but poor little fruition sits there wasting away, attempting every day to find itself in the Lexis/Nexis search.
Why is fruition the better choice in most cases? Because it comes from the root of all existence: To bear fruit.
When is the pear tree's job done? When it gets a better root structure? When it blossoms? When it grows new branches or greener leaves. No: When it makes a pear. (Feel free to apply this metaphor to your life. See kids.)
Should you ever wonder just how strong this desire for life to replicate itself is, do two things. First, find a clump of grass or a plant growing in a sidewalk. Second, look on here at how many nodes have sex as the topic.