Definition of replant
1 : to plant again or anew
2 : to provide with new plants
3 : to subject to replantation
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The allees have been replanted with 168 native little-leaf linden trees, variety Greenspire, which will be clipped into an aerial hedge.
Then dig the remaining clumps of grass out of the bed and replant.
To fix this, humans just take a part of an existing banana plant and replant it.
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