|a vineyard planted with trees||arbustum|
|a good seed, planted even in poor soil, will bear rich fruit by its own nature (Accius)||probæ etsi in segetem sunt deteriorem datæ fruges, tamen ipsæ suaptæ natura enitent|
|A good seed, planted even in poor soil, will bear rich fruit by its own nature. (Accius)||Probae esti in segetem sunt deteriorem datae fruges, tamen ipsae suaptae enitent|
|covered with trees||nemorosus|
|he plants trees to benefit another generation (Statius)||serit arbores quæ alteri sæclo prosint|
|Money does not grow on trees||Pecunia in arbotis non crescit|
|nature has planted in our minds an insatiable desire to seek the truth (Cicero)||natura inest in mentibus nostris insatiabilis quædam cupiditas veri videndi|
|planted with trees||arbustus|
|so many branches, so many trees||tot rami, quot arbores (also, quot rami, tot arbores)|
|so many branches, so many trees (motto of the University of Allahabad)||quot rami tot arbores|
|the diligent farmer plants trees of which he himself will never see the fruit (Cicero)||abores serit diligens agricola, quarum adspiciet baccam ipse numquam|
|the industrious husbandman plants trees, not one berry of which he will ever see (Cicero)||arbores serit diligens agricola, quarum aspiciet baccam ipse nunquam|
|the leaves live but to love, and in all the lofty grove the happy trees love each his neighbor (Claudian)||vivunt in Venerum frondes omnisque vicissim felix arbor amat; nutant ad mutua palmæ fœdera|
|the snows have dispersed, and the grass returns to the fields and the leaves to the trees (Horace)||diffugere nives, redeunt jam gramina campis arboribusque comæ|
|whatever is planted in the soil goes with it||solo cedit, quicquid solo plantatur|
|where trees have grown by nature’s art, not planted by human hands (Nævius)||ingenio arbusta ubi nata sunt non obsitu|
|wooded, covered with trees, forested||nemorosus|
|your estate, your home, and your pleasing wife must be left, and of these trees that you are rearing, not one shall follow you, their short-lived owner, except the hateful cypresses (the cypress being used to mark graveyards) (Horace)||linquenda tellus, et domus, et placens uxor, neque harum, quas colis, arborum, te, præter invisas cupressos, ulla brevem dominum sequetur|
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