Definition of Overplanted
1. overplant [v] - See also: overplant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overplanted
Literary usage of Overplanted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of Garden Design by Charles Thonger (1905)
"Rhododendrons form gardens in themselves, such is the variety of habit and colouring which they display. Nevertheless they are often overplanted, ..."
2. The Bookman (1907)
"... from the water, like extravagant pins in a cushion already overplanted, and stuck in as in the dark, anywhere and anyhow," which offsets a later and ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1877)
"The alleys should not be overplanted with other vegetables, and only with those kinds whose roots do not extend deep beneath the surface. ..."
4. The White House Garden by William Seale, Erik Kvalsvik (1995)
"Then, they too will be pulled out and replaced by chrysanthemums, overplanted with pansies that will dominate the bed for the winter. ..."
5. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society, British Soviet Friendship Society (1906)
"It is simply overplanted. The San Jose scale and other blessed afflictions will reduce them somewhat. Lots of people have planted peach trees in this ..."
6. The Bachelor of the Albany by Marmion Wilard Savage (1848)
"The domain was extensive, undulating, and not overplanted; it extended to the river-side, and abounded with walks and terraces, shady without gloom, ..."