an agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of something specified.
contract
a statement of the approximate charge for work to be done, submitted by a person or business firm ready to undertake the work
estimate
a material (such as straw, leaves, or small pieces of wood) that is spread over the ground in a garden to protect the plants or help them grow and to stop weeds from growing
mulch
the upper layer of earth that may be dug or plowed and in which plants grow
soil
a strong, rough fabric that is used mostly for making bags
burlap
a usually tall plant that has a thick, wooden stem and many large branches
tree
a low usually several-stemmed woody plant
shrub
a plant that has very long stems and that grows along the ground or up and around something (such as a wall or tree)
vine
a part of a tree that grows out from the trunk
branch
to cut off some of the branches of (a tree or bush) so that it will grow better or look better
prune
to form or shape beforehand
preformed
falling off or shed seasonally or at a certain stage of development in the life cycle
deciduous
having foliage that remains green and functional through more than one growing season
evergreen
the tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem
bark
the visual or tactile surface characteristics and appearance of something
texture
having little space and parts that are close together
compaction
a minute opening especially in an animal or plant; especially : one by which matter passes through a membrane
pore
a substance that plants, animals, and people need to live and grow
nutrient
a substance (such as manure or a special chemical) that is added to soil to help the growth of plants
fertilizer
a natural white substance used to flavor or preserve food;
salt