[pee-tee] /ˈpi ti/
adjective, peatier, peatiest.
of, pertaining to, resembling, or containing the substance .
1765, from peat + -y (2). Related: Peatiness.
[peet-land] /ˈpitˌlænd/ noun 1. an extensive tract of land where has formed. /ˈpiːtˌlænd/ noun 1. an area of land consisting of peat bogs, usually containing many species of flora and fauna
noun 1. Also called bog moss. any moss, especially of the genus Sphagnum, from which peat may form. 2. such moss after it has been dried, used chiefly as a mulch or seedbed, for acidification. noun 1. any of various mosses, esp sphagnum, that grow in wet places in dense masses and decay to form […]
noun 1. a small flowerpot formed of peat in which a plant can be grown and transplanted without having to be removed.
noun 1. any of various small trees or shrubs belonging to the genus Caragana, of the legume family, native to central Asia, having showy, usually yellow flowers, cultivated as an ornamental.