self-seeded


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self-seed

(sĕlf′sēd′)
intr.v. self-seed·ed, self-seed·ing, self-seeds
To self-sow.

self-seeded

adj
(Botany) another word for self-sown
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.self-seeded - growing from seed dispersed by natural agency such as wind or birds
planted - set in the soil for growth
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Mr Willis added: "In agreement with North Tyneside Council, clearance of the self-seeded saplings and strimming of the scrub are to commence this week.
Lowering the barrier for smaller fund houses to release new products, China's financial watchdog has recently removed the minimum IPO volume for self-seeded funds.
I know of a European biologist, well-trained, who ate a salad of comfrey that contained a few leaves of self-seeded foxglove that was mixed in with the patch of comfrey.
HELPING HAND WEEDING one of the veg beds the other day, I realised a couple of the annuals that had been in there during the summer have self-seeded.
HELPING HAND: Weeding one of the veg beds the other day, I realised a couple of the annuals that had been in there during the summer have self-seeded.
Design features of the extension will include familiar elements like the iconic "peel-up" benches, intimate overlooks, and meandering pathways, while introducing new design features, such as a designated play area for children, new bench typologies, and an interim walkway traveling through the existing landscape of self-seeded wildflowers, native grasses, and shrubs, which will close at dusk.
Having spent many spring afternoons evicting hundreds of tiny, self-seeded Lady's Mantle plantlets from paths and every unoccupied corner, I am reminded of the propensity some plants have, given the right conditions, to reproduce.
If you have a lot of earlyflowering plants in your garden, they may have already self-seeded.
I know of a European biologist, well trained, who ate a salad of comfrey that contained a few leaves of self-seeded foxglove that was mixed in with the patch of comfrey.
One of the lame excuses was that the trees were self-seeded, but if that is a valid reason then 90% of the trees in and around the Cardiff area are vulnerable to the chop.
In defence of the removal of the trees there, the report stated the trees had self-seeded and therefore could not be given protection.
The once-beautiful site was overgrown with weeds and self-seeded trees.