Antonyms for seedling

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His hand had planted the seedling, and now—already the wilderness was beyond all control.

It is a seedling of Concord out of the same lot of seedlings as Moore Early.

It is a seedling of Wyoming, which it resembles in fruit and vine and surpasses in both.

The fruit resembles that of Concord, of which it is probably a seedling.

But the branch may have sprung from the stock, which no doubt was a seedling.

I used to favor Jacobs's Seedling, but they have n't done so well with me of late years.

The life of the thing is as uncertain as that of a seedling or of a human child.

Seedling cypresses are found occasionally in the deepest swamps.

The response to unilateral stimulation of the tip of the seedling.

Beers Late is a seedling of Late Crawford with which it ripens.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SEEDLING

tree

nounlarge plant enclosed in bark and shedding leaves

trees

nounlarge plant enclosed in bark and shedding leaves
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