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The Carrs replanted their orchard with traditional varietals from England and ones that were popular in colonial America.
These tubers can be used to grow caladiums next year, either left in the ground or stored and replanted.
The Source Narrow sidewalks line both boulevards—massive trees on Fairfax complicate widening, but there’s time to move and replant them somewhere else.
Other project components include a 1.5-mile frontage road linking Henderson with the Railroad Pass interchange, as well as replanting 20,000 cacti, placing decorative rock and installing 5 miles of tortoise fencing.
Row crops like beans help enrich and rejuvenate the soil between plantings of orchards, which are typically pulled up and replanted every twenty-five years.
When the rink closes for the spring annual, the area will be replanted with sod.
Hurry to replant warm-season gardens damaged by storms. 26.
Yet the Mote lab and other centers have already replanted thousands of small coral colonies.
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