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Words related to planting

the act of fixing firmly in place

a collection of plants (trees or shrubs or flowers) in a particular area

putting seeds or young plants in the ground to grow

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When you stop tree planting, you miss it," says Fitzpatrick, who grew up in inner-city Chicago.
As you prepare for your fall planting, the proper cultivation of wild plants demands knowledge of woodland soft; they also benefit from the construction of terraced woodland beds, as well as permaculture and biodynamic farming principals and practices.
The District, as locals call it, has a long history of tree planting and maintenance.
Without this protective coating, planting earlier in cold, wet soil could cause poor or no germination to occur.
Your first time planting an autumn garden won't be perfect.
In a typical planting season, there is a narrow window of one to two weeks of optimum soil temperature for planting seed corn.
There's a lot of planting that can be done,'' says Kathleen Brenzel, senior garden editor for Sunset magazine.
The planting is part of TNC's long-range goal of replacing slash pine, which is poorly suited for the sandy soils here, with more than a million longleaf pines that will cover some five square miles.
today announced September 1996 availability of Perfect Plants, an interactive guide for beginner or experienced gardeners who want to save time and avoid guesswork in the selection, planting and maintenance of a successful garden suited to their individual preferences as well as the growing conditions of their region.
With the use of indoor lighting, you can give new life to your plants in the cold of winter and extend the season for your normal outdoor growing with an early start on spring planting.
When planting, most soils benefit from the addition of 2 to 4 inches of organic matter.
This is not your usual tree planting," Deborah Gangloff, AMERICAN FORESTS' executive director, told more than 300 volunteers and special guests gathered to launch Global ReLeaf for the Chesapeake Bay, a campaign to plant 1 million trees to clean up the Bay.
0 offers instruction on selection, planting and propagation techniques using how-to video segments complete with narration.
While gardens in colder climates are now put to bed for winter, another planting season is beginning here.
For example, in western North Carolina, planting native serviceberry, dogwood, hawthorn, viburnum, or fringetree rather than exotic crabapples, cherries, or plums will give you a hardier flowering display that is more wildlife-friendly.