|cultivated bromeliad||flaming sword|
|(Botany) type of cabbage cultivated for its seeds; summer rape (plant of the mustard family)||colza|
|(Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets), fiber from sisal, plant yielding fibers, sisal hemp||sisal|
|able to be cultivated or plowed||plowable|
|able to be cultivated, able to be prepared and planted (of land); able to be developed or improved, cultivatable||cultivable|
|act of tilling or cultivating land; cultivated land, condition of land, degree of fineness of soil, tilled land, tilling of land||tilth|
|any flowering tree or shrub from the genus Rhododendron (widely cultivated as a decorative shrub), ornamental shrub||rhododendron|
|any of a number of plants cultivated for their five-petalled flowers and the lemon-scented oil which can be extracted from the leaves of some species, flowering plant||verbena|
|any of a number of plants cultivated for their spikes of colorful flowers, garden flower||snapdragon|
|any of several plants that grow in temperate climates and are cultivated for their colorful flowers (of blue, purple, and white), plant with small flowers||vervain|
|any wild or cultivated shrubs from the genus Rosa; flower produced by shrubs from the genus Rosa; funnel; bundle of ribbons formed in the shape of a rose, compass card, easy circumstances, flower of a rose shrub, form of various minerals, having a pink...||rose|
|apparatus which keeps eggs warm until they hatch; temperature-controlled apparatus in which sick or premature infants are kept; device in which bacteria are cultivated, device to nurture something, hospital apparatus for premature babies, surroundings ...||incubator|
|area of planted land, colony, estate in southern United States, group of cultivated plants, large estate or farm, large farm, large area for growing crops; large farming estate||plantation|
|area of short cultivated grass, semi-sheer fabric, stretch of grass-covered land (usually around a house or estate); glade, forest clearing (Archaic); fine cotton fabric, sheer linen||lawn|
|area that has not been cultivated or domesticated, area that is savage and away from civilization, wilderness, desert, enthusiastic or eager, excellent, extremely, in the wild, in the wilderness; uncontrollably; purposelessly, in uncontrolled way, in u...||wild|
|area within a racetrack, baseball diamond, baseball diamond (Sports); cultivated land (Agriculture), baseball players in infield, farmland close to a farmhouse||infield|
|arrangement of parts, assume stance, attitude, body position, carriage, cultivated position, deceptive stance, make a posture, pose conveying attitude, set in a particular position; stand in a particular position; pretend, feign, viewpoint, standpoint;...||posture|
|artificially produced, cultivated, refined, educated; grown in a controlled environment for scientific study (bacteria, germs, etc.), educated and sophisticated, grown in nutrient substance||cultured|
|benne, seed of sesame plant, til, tropical Asian plant bearing small edible seeds; edible seeds of the sesame plant which are used in foods and are also a source of oil, tropical plant cultivated for seeds||sesame|
|blue dye, old world plant of the mustard family that was formerly cultivated for the blue dye derived from its leaves; blue dye derived from the woad plant, plant that yields blue dye||woad|
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