Other Words For Planting

Planting refers to placing seeds or young plants into the ground so they may grow, such as sowing, seeding, transplanting, embedding, or embedding. Various terms describe this process, including sowing, seeding, transplanting, and embedding.

Theatre practitioners use “inserting” as an action verb to incorporate (a line or action) into a play.


Sowing, or planting, refers to scattering seeds over an area to initiate plant growth and create a crop. Sowing is most frequently employed in agricultural applications like growing wheat or grains for harvest.

Broadcast and precision sowing are among the many methods used in agriculture today, and the latter uses special machinery to place individual seeds at specific points on a field, helping ensure high-yield crops. How you plant may depend upon what kind of seed you’re sowing; specific sources require scarification or stratification before being buried, while others need to be soaked/cleaned off in cold (or medium hot) water before planting.

“Sow a seed” is an often-heard expression in Christianity to refer to spreading God’s message. But in contrast to popular perceptions, the Bible never associates “sowing a seed” with money or tithings; “money” appears 280 times while only twice (once in the King James version of the Bible) mention is made of seeds as such.

The biblical law of sowing and reaping is a profound principle that affects our relationships deeply. If we consistently plant good seeds into our relationships, the results should be positive responses to our actions. But it’s important to remember that not every source produces fruit – some might even get eaten up by birds – so we should not get upset if our results don’t appear immediately – it may just be that something’s amiss with the field itself!


Seeding refers to spreading or placing something that promotes growth or reproduction. When used as part of a cropping system, this could involve sowing plant seeds for full harvests, or it can mean spreading certain substances such as salt, fertilizers, or chemical compounds into an environment to spur on its development – an action often known as sowing seeds in general terms. It may also refer to packs or groups of sources.

Seeds are small baby plants containing all the genetic material required to become mature plants, like an embryo in its mother’s womb, with baby leaves (cotyledons) and roots (radicles). To sprout into full-grown crops, seeds must be planted into the soil.

Seeding refers to the early stages of any business, project, or idea – whether financial support from investors or being seeded as a contestant in a tournament – often with skilled contestants receiving seed rankings so they don’t compete against one another early in the play. God set seeding in motion on Day Three when He created living plants that bore fruit-bearing seeds (Genesis 1:11-12), making harvest impossible without first planting the necessary seeds (see Genesis 1:112 for more on seeding).