grow (plants) from seed


: to grow by planting seeds rather than by some other method
tomatoes grown from seed

Examples of grow (plants) from seed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web These annuals are easy to grow from seed and will quickly create vibrant, flourishing flower gardens. Sheryl Geerts, Better Homes & Gardens, 7 May 2024 The Bottom Line For a wide selection of flower, herb, and vegetable seeds, shop at Burpee, an online superstore for gardeners who grow from seed. Leanne Potts, Better Homes & Gardens, 23 Jan. 2024 Easy to grow from seed in full sun, these annual plants reach about 30 inches tall. Miranda Crowell, Better Homes & Gardens, 18 Jan. 2024 These gloriously goth flowers are easy to grow from seed. Leanne Potts, Better Homes & Gardens, 10 Jan. 2024 At the indoor-outdoor, 124-acre Harry Blossfeld nursery alone, located in Cemucam Park, workers grow from seed over 200 types of trees, including 22 species at risk of extinction. Cameron Pugh, The Christian Science Monitor, 9 Jan. 2024 These annuals are all easy to grow from seed and can be sown directly in the garden. Arricca Elin Sansone, ELLE Decor, 22 Aug. 2023 Berries are a more sensible choice to grow from seed. Lauren Corona,, 28 Feb. 2021 Onions grown for their greens are easier to grow from seed than bulb-forming ones. Elizabeth Waddington, Treehugger, 11 Aug. 2023

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