self-seed

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self-seed

(sĕlf′sēd′)
intr.v. self-seed·ed, self-seed·ing, self-seeds
To self-sow.
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In the second part, crystal refinement and perfection as well as crystal size growth are realized through polymer self-seeding and templated growth.
1) the subject of the order is: task 1: -mechanical cutting of grasses and weeds and one-year self-seeding trees and shrubs from shoulders, as well as manual mowing at hectometres, vertical signs, trees, protective road barriers and in places inaccessible to flail mowers in roads of provincial roads in the area of od kozuchw - 4,627.
Maybe you'd like to move some of these self-seeding annuals to a new garden.
Self-seeding foxgloves will 1 Look for the sun: In a small garden, the spot where the sun is shining at 6pm on a Friday in July is the most important part - so whatever your design is, it's basically got to revolve around that golden spot.
QCAN you recommend some self-seeding plants for low-maintenance borders please?
It's a tall, self-seeding (and therefore low-maintenance) plant with upright spikes of tiny purple flowers, often with bright stamen.
However, the decay is being replaced by natural regeneration, with trees and vegetation self-seeding.
After flowering, plants will die but not before self-seeding everywhere.
QI'D like to plant some self-seeding plants so my mum's garden becomes less high-maintenance.
It's a biennial which is happily self-seeding itself around your garden.
In a process called "self-seeding," the diamond filters the laser beam to a single X-ray colon, which is then amplified.
Pull up spent forget-me-nots to prevent them self-seeding everywhere.