self-seeded

ADJECTIVE
  1. growing from seed dispersed by natural agency such as wind or birds
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How To Use self-seeded In A Sentence

  • After the house was demolished in the Seventies for new housing, the remaining grounds ran wild until all that was left of the original wood was self-seeded sycamore trees and dead elms.
  • But these trees were not indigenous to southern England, and whilst self-seeded from their forebears, the originals were deliberately planted in a very dim and distant past to mark critical points on trackways, be it a crossroads, junction or simply to act as a waymark. Landmark Firs
  • The gardens were a thicket of self-seeded ash and sycamore and bamboo. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everyone loves self-seeded plants in the cracks of paving and paths. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lawn had migrated over the edges of the path, sprouting patches of self-seeded geranium as it travelled. Times, Sunday Times
  • That's the rosy definition of my yard's unruly borders, where colorful annuals and self-seeded dill, parsley, and forget-me-not tumble together.
  • I pulled out all those weeds (well, some of them) and the self-seeded scabious which I have more than enough of.
  • Now the plants are so widespread that cops can't tell which were sown and which have since self-seeded. The Sun
  • Many more are self-seeded sycamores and planes which should have been eliminated years ago. Times, Sunday Times
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