north-facing

north-facing

adj
(Physical Geography) facing towards the north
Translations

north-facing

[ˈnɔːθˌfeɪsɪŋ] ADJorientado hacia el norte
north-facing slopevertiente f norte
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I always use gravel in shaded areas or north-facing areas, also if the drive has an inadequate fall for rain to shed, then you will also have problems.
6 Can I grow an espaliered apple on a north-facing fence?
In fact, for anyone who isn't a card-carrying sun-worshipper, a nice, cool north-facing garden can be a real treat in the heat of the day, particularly when filled with shade-loving plants and the soothing sound of running water.
Perhaps apartment owners seeking to fill these north-facing units could offer The North Face jackets (which retail for nearly $200) as a move-in gift instead of the same old stuff from Apple.
Circulation is legible, as internal and external terraces mirror each other, and indirect light penetrates deep into the building through north-facing glass walls.
Two main groups of trees or tree communities tend to grow on north-facing slopes.
We used an existing multifactor ecosystem classification system developed for the Wayne National Forest in southeastern Ohio to compare the composition and structure of two old-growth forest ecosystem types, located on contrasting north-facing and south-facing middle slopes.
Q: We have erected a large north-facing trellis, 2m high and 4m wide (6ft 6in x 12ft), to hide an eyesore and would like to grow colourful plants around it to give all-year interest, using evergreens if necessary.
The material used to construct the artificial dune was dredged from the north-facing side of the island where sediment had been deposited in the bay during the hurricane event.
Although the sun shines from the south, the north-facing walls of the ridges and craters are brighter than the south-facing ones.
MOST north-facing gardens will receive some sunlight through the day, although there maybe a spot which gets no sun at all.

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