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Keel
The two anterior united petals of a flower.
 
Kelp
Any of various large brown seaweeds, sometimes used to enrich poor soil.
 
Key
A dry, one-seeded fruit with a wing, particularly that of the maples.
 
Kitchen garden
A garden where vegetables, fruits and herbs are grown for use in cooking.
 
Knocking out
The temporary removal of a plant from its pot in order to check the condition of the root ball.
 
Knot garden
An elaborately designed garden consisting of flowers, herbs and/or low shrubs arranged in intricate, geometric knot-like patterns when seen from above.
 

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