In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1also grapevinefeminine vidfeminine parrato allow sth to wither on the vine — dejar que algo quede desfasado
- to be a clinging vine — ser como una lapa
- before noun vine grower — viticultor
- vine leaf — hoja de parra
- vine shoot — sarmiento
- Cut three or four grapevine lengths, depending on the thickness of the vine for each pumpkin as a handle.
- I have planted a Russian vine with supporting trellis to screen the view from the climbing frame and trampoline.
- However, crown gall of vines lives inside the vine itself and so is spread at planting.
- Most are vines or climbing plants, but some are herbs as well.
- Plant quick-growing vines, such as morning glory or hyacinth bean, around the outside of the lattice.
- She also warned vine growers that certain grape varieties may also freeze.
- Yet wine is an inescapable part of the landscape too, ever since the Spanish conquistadores started planting their first vines in the 16th century.
- You can plant your vine to climb a trellis, arbor, pergola, or fence.
- Growers are making their own wine, or planting superior vines for their quality rather than for the quantity they will deliver.
- Actually the first vines planted in Orange were Merlot.
- The vines are related to the Serbian Smederevka variety and the plant produces large copper coloured fruit.
- He wrote another book about the ways plants grow and climb, and he worked out that the tendril climbers, like the vine or the passionflower, are the most evolved.
- The couple planted the 5,100 vines with their own hands on land where raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries and other soft fruit grew.
- The aim of this work was to assess the fertility and breeding potential of the triploid and aneuploid hybrids with a view to developing an improved vine cactus crop.
- Like its cultivated successors, the wild vine is a climbing plant which needs to grow up some support.
- He was a vine of the Lord's planting, a choice vine, a noble vine, wholly good.
- It is best to plant a vine at least 12 inches away from a house foundation.
- The large marble fireplace, which was engraved with the images of climbing vines, still retained its blackened cinders.
- Most of the vines are white grape varieties thought to be likely to fare better in the Scarborough climate.
- In addition to these, a laceleaf Japanese maple, a vine maple, blue oat grass, and other ornamentals cover the berm.
- Moon vine has earned its name from the way its flowers gleam in the moonlight or any other type of reflected light.
- You don't say when you planted the vines, but if they had not had time to take hold, the dry spring and early summer may have been a factor.
- When the Romans first planted vines here, beehives were everywhere.
2(climbing plant)enredadera femininetomato vine — tomatera feminine
- hanging vines — lianas
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