Everywhere we turn, there are loamy loins and torrents of testosterone.
The loamy soil of the plain dries quickly and is then very hard, but when wet becomes at once a hopeless morass.
It is greater in loamy and clayey soils; but is still small.
It delights in a rich, loamy soil, thriving best in an open situation, and bears transplantation well.
The soil should be of a slightly sandy or loamy nature, and not wet.
As to growth conditions, clay soils predominate, but with plenty of loamy bottom land for nut planting.
Select a moist, loamy soil, slightly protected from the sun.
They are easily grown in any loamy soil, and flower from May to July.
The tillage, as the author says, "is loamy and fine for trucking."
Young plants grow readily from seed in moist sandy or loamy soil in pots or flats in part shade.
Old English lam "clay, mud, mire, earth," from Proto-Germanic *laimaz (cf. Old Saxon lemo, Dutch leem, German Lehm "loam"), from PIE root *(s)lei- "slimy" (see slime (n.)). As a type of highly fertile clayey soil, it is attested from 1660s. As a verb from c.1600.