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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Consequently, the crystallization of the self-seeded polymers was complete much earlier than the crystallization from unseeded melt (vs.
Historically the site was part of the Blanefield Printworks which had direct links to the railway.The site was abandoned in the early 20th century and it is now predominantly self-seeded woodland.
Encourage promiscuity and leave self-seeded plants to grow, unless new potatoes at Christmas.
Tenders are invited for contract is mowing lawns including digging, cleaning, removal and disposal of grass clippings and these areas are located waste and self-seeded trees around Communication Technical area around the ammunition depot, and individual stores.
North Shields Tyne Street's river view is totally ruined by self-seeded trees.
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.
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.
Check borders for self-seeded foxgloves, aquilegias, campanulas, forget-me-nots and other flowers.