A plant reared from the seed, as distinguished from one propagated by layers, buds, or the like.
A tree, usually less than 0.6 inch in d.b.h., that has grown from a seed.
a young tree grown from a seed up to a small sapling
a young tree usually no taller than two feet that is grown from a seed Our old maple tree has many young seedlings growing around it.
Young plant raised from seed.
young plant or tree grown from a seed
a plant that was sprouted from a seed, and is therefore the product of sexual reproduction between a male and a female plant
a very young, immature plant in the early stages of development
A young tree grown from seed from the time of germination to the sapling stage. These trees are less than 1 foot in height.
trees that are less than 3 feet tall.
a young tree originating from seed that is less than 4 feet tall and smaller than 2 inches in diameter at ground level.
A young plant that has grown from a seed.
A very young plant that's been started from seed.
a usually young tree smaller than a sapling, grown from a seed
A small tree which has been produced from a seed.
Newly germinated plants.
(1) A tree, usually less than 2 inches diameter at breast height, that has grown from a seed rather than from a sprout. (2) A nursery-grown tree that has not been transplanted in the nursery.
A young tree shortly after it has sprouted from the seed.
An unbloomed young orchid. Seedpod: The capsule bearing the seeds of an orchid.
A plant grown from seed; usually refers to a young plant.
tree greater than six inches tall but less than one inch DBH