Definitions for "Plantation"
The place planted; land brought under cultivation; a piece of ground planted with trees or useful plants; esp., in the United States and West Indies, a large estate appropriated to the production of the more important crops, and cultivated by laborers who live on the estate; as, a cotton plantation; a coffee plantation.
Trees that are grown for harvesting.
A forest crop raised artificially, either by sowing or planting. ( BCFT ).
An original settlement in a new country; a colony.
A place of planting. The colonists at Plymouth (and other colonies such as Jamestown in Virginia) were farmers. They called their settlements plantations. They sometimes called themselves "planters."
a newly established colony (especially in the colonization of North America); "the practice of sending convicted criminals to serve on the Plantations was common in the 17th century"
In the U.S. state of Maine, a plantation is a type of minor civil division falling between township (or unorganized territory) and town. The term, as used in this sense in modern times, appears to be exclusive to Maine.
Keywords:  assemblage, growing
a an assemblage of planted and growing plants
Keywords:  louver, shutter, style, wide
Wide louver shutter style.
Keywords:  superior, tea, imports, quality, family
a family-owned business that imports directly to you, the customer, superior quality tea
Keywords:  earth, growth, practice, act, setting
The act or practice of planting, or setting in the earth for growth.