For the fruit of mere lust comes to naught, even as corn, self-sown out of season, ripens not.
There were self-sown wheat25-3 fields and vines growing there.
His explanation of the self-sown wheat-fields does not seem any happier.
The self-sown plants are said to be stronger than the hand-sown ones, and may be transplanted for the next year's blooming.
self-sown ones often come up much more vigorously through the hard path than when the seed has fallen within the border.
This ditch or drain, now smooth and greyish-green with bent and self-sown saplings, is still known as the Sapper's Cut.
Most of the trees on the side of Chanctonbury and its neighbours were self-sown, children of the clumps which Mr. Goring planted.
In very many instances, seed, of course, self-sown has become rooted and grown vigorously on unplowed land.
Said of introduced plants which are reproducing by self-sown seeds.
The desolation of that garden, choked with weeds and a wild growth of self-sown crops, is indescribable.