Causing a seed to produce growth and eventually become a plant.
The process of a seed causes itself to produce growth and become a plant.
The name for what happens when a tree loses a complete ring of bark around the circumference of its trunk. This condition is typically fatal to a tree.
The process of attaching one related plant tissue to another plant tissue. Normally, it is used to connect a superior fruiting tissue to a superior rooting tissue.
green compost material
Material added to compost pile that add nitrogen to the composting mix and feed the microbes and bacteria that are needed for composting.
A plant that is grown purely to enrich or fertilize the soil in which it is grown in. Nitrogen fixing plants, like peas and clover, are examples of this.
A low and densely growing plant that is used to cover normally large areas of ground.
The period of time during the year in which a crop, flower or plant can survive and actively grow.