Definition of planting
: an area where plants are grown for commercial or decorative purposes; also : the plants grown in such an area
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Recovery efforts focus on managing the scrub oak and pitch pine habitat through controlled burning, forest thinning and planting lupine flowers, as well as captive breeding and release of the insects.
The cleanup of the site, which also will include grading and planting native grasses, is the first phase of the remediation plan expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Learn about growing seedling plants for a fall garden, the various types of fall crops, their planting dates, containers, lighting, soil and maintenance.
Sustainable forestry increases carbon dioxide absorption from the atmosphere as a result of a continuous cycle of planting, growing and harvesting trees.
Late plantings, especially in inland areas, can suffer if the temperature soars.
Instead of plantings along the foundation of the building, there will be planter boxes.
Arborists can help you with tree planting, transplanting, pruning, fertilizing, pest management (such as spraying for caterpillars or treating for termites), tree removal, value appraisals and protecting trees during construction.
A more lasting part of the celebration included the planting of twenty-five Eastern Redbud trees by longtime students in honor of Dana and Lee.
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