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Meanings and phrases
- (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held; deep-rooted; deep-seated; implanted; ingrained
- set in the soil for growth
- Around the parterre, two rows of trees were planted.
- The eucalyptus trees were planted in 1910.
- Between 1935 and 1943, 28 species of trees were planted in Toro Negro.
- This resulted in more than 10,000 trees planted.
- The memorial trees planted (over 40 trees) became known as 'Annie's Arbour'.
- Gardens in ancient Egypt were often surrounded by walls with trees planted in rows.
- It is widely planted in Chile where it was historically mistaken for Sauvignon blanc.
- Also, GM crops have been widely planted since the late 1990s, but CCD did not appear until 2006.
- It is widely planted either along borders of gardens or as an intercrop throughout many traditional gardens in the tropics.
- He planted trees and lawns and flower gardens.
- The city has planted trees for years and is a leader in the nationwide effort to re-tree urban areas.
- In all probability both of them planted trees and so may many other people if a tree was damaged or failed.
- Other trees have been planted along with replacements for lost memorials.
- The tree is also planted along river banks in Brazil, as fallen fruits attract fish.
- As part of the afforestation programme casuarina and prosopis have been planted along the coast borders of gir.
- In 1888 a square was planted around and fenced with iron forged railings.
- In 1970 many trees were planted around the course, changing its appearance.
- Some of Norway's largest spruce trees, planted around 1875, are found in the park.