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planting

In masonry, laying the first courses of a foundation on a level bed.
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To make the Orange Line busway bloom, landscapers undertook one of the largest plantings ever in Southern California, with 850,000 plants and 5,000 trees now growing along the 14-mile route.
Why Fitzpatrick and thousands of others return to tree planting season after miserable season is a combination of altruism and addiction-and needing a job.
The disappearance of habitat to modern development and logging, along with past over harvesting by local wild-crafters, now necessitates the planting of endangered plants like ginseng that were once so plentiful.
Planting when days are hot requires precautions that may not necessarily be needed when the weather is cool.
And Anthony Williams made tree planting and maintenance part of his winning platform for DC mayor in 1998.
By planting crops designed to stand up to weed killers that are more environmentally benign than those on today's market, farmers might someday be able to abandon the more damaging herbicides.
The thought of planting in the fall brings to mind many questions.
The planting was a high point of Eddie Bauer's "Add A Dollar, Plant A Tree" program, which allows customers to add a dollar to retail, catalog, or online purchases to plant a tree in a Global ReLeaf Forest.
With the planting season past for tulips and other spring bulbs, now is the perfect time to buy summer annuals like zinnias and marigolds, perennial all-stars such as pansies and petunias and accent plants like gladiolus for the garden.