Naturalisation sentence example

naturalisation
  • Excellent for covering bowers, railings, stumps, cottages, etc., and also for naturalisation in hedgerows and copses.
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  • 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.
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  • It thrives in any soil, and is suitable for borders and for naturalisation.
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  • It is a free vigorous perennial, best fitted for naturalisation in woody places.
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  • The plant is useful for borders and the rock and spring garden: no plant is more worthy of naturalisation; in cool, thin woods it runs about like a native plant, and in any position is one of the prettiest plants.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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