Naturalisation Sentence Examples
Excellent for covering bowers, railings, stumps, cottages, etc., and also for naturalisation in hedgerows and copses.
It is suitable for the rock garden, for borders, and for naturalisation amongst vegetation not more than 1 foot high, chiefly on banks and slopes in sandy loam, and is increased by division or seed.
It thrives in any soil, and is suitable for borders and for naturalisation.
It is a free vigorous perennial, best fitted for naturalisation in woody places.
All the forms, especially ornatus and recurvus, naturalise perfectly, and of recent years bulbs have been dug on the Pyrenees by the thousand for naturalisation.Advertisement
It is a woolly plant, 2 feet to 3 feet high, bearing many rosy-crimson flowers in summer and autumn; easily raised from seed, excellent for borders, beds, and naturalisation on dry banks.