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NATURALIZING: A form of gardening where plants are positioned informally and left more or less to ‘do their own thing’. Daffodils are suitable for this kind of semi-wild cultivation.

NEMATODE: A tiny organism often living off animals or plants. Nematodes can be beneficial or harmful to plants according to their way of life.

NEUTRAL: See acid.

NODE: Positions on a stem where leaves or leafbuds are capable of appearing.

NURSERY: A place where young plants, known as nursery stock, are raised. Nursery beds are beds in which young plants are grown and tended until well-developed enough to be transferred to their permanent positions.

NUT: A seed with an outer shell, usually hard, and an inner skin.


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