Naturalize

• (v. t.) To adapt; to accustom; to habituate; to acclimate; to cause to grow as under natural conditions. • (v. i.) To explain phenomena by natural agencies or laws, to the exclusion of the supernatural. • (v. t.) To confer the rights and privileges of a native subject or citizen on; to make as if native; to adopt, as a foreigner in...
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Naturalize

Nat'u·ral·ize transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Naturalized ; present participle & verbal noun Naturalizing .] [ Confer French naturaliser . See Natural .] 1. To make natural; as, custom naturalize...
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Naturalize

A method of random garden plant distribution that simulates the growth of plants in the wild.
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Naturalize

A method of random garden plant distribution that simulates the growth of plants in the wild.
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Naturalize

To plant randomly, without a pattern. The idea is to create the effect that the plants grew in that space without human help (example
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naturalize

To plant randomly, without a pattern. The idea is to create the effect that the plants grew in that space without man's help, such as you would find wild flowers growing.
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naturalize

To plant randomly, without a pattern. The idea is to create the effect that the plants grew in that space without man's help, such as you would find wild flowers growing.
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naturalize

[v] - explain with reference to nature 2. [v] - adopt to another place 3. [v] - make more natural or lifelike 4. [v] - make into a citizen
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