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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of underwater.
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On April 24th we went to City Farmers Nursery and I came home with big bags of potting soil, containers, seeds, a small trowel, and a moisture meter, something that is a necessity for me because in the past I had always either underwatered or overwatered potted plants (usually flowers that somebody had given me), and they'd died.
I'd expose her to literature, classical music and ballet, and she'd soak it all in like an underwatered houseplant.
Your citrus needs about as much water as a young redwood, but the redwood will need more as it grows bigger, and an underwatered redwood tree will not grow tall and lush.