- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reseed.
“I do hope the Celosia reseeds, as with many other things in this ongoing experiment.”
“I grow lots of E. purpurea and it reseeds happily.”
“It reseeds faithfully to provide vertical accents with graceful movement through summer into fall.”
“It reseeds by itself sporadically, but since I have left it standing longer this year it might do more.”
“And the real works is going to come after the flood reseeds.”
“And as the water reseeds, there is another potential threat: The spread of disease.”
“Guinea grass seems to be a particularly good mulch because it easily reseeds itself, produces a lot of biomass, dries down quickly and decomposes slowly.”
“Every place I have grown it, it reseeds itself abundantly.”
“While the tree reseeds itself in its natural areas, it is seldom deliberately propagated by seed.”
“The town also reseeds treated areas with native grasses to reduce bare ground that invites new infestations.”
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