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balled-and-burlapped

[ bawld-n-bur-lapt ]
/ ˈbɔld nˈbɜr læpt /
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adjective Horticulture.

of or relating to a tree, shrub, or other plant prepared for transplanting by allowing the roots to remain covered by a ball of soil around which canvas or burlap is tied.

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