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(1) Money doesn't grow on trees.
(3) Money doesn't grow on tree!
(4) Coconut grow on palm trees.
(5) Melons grow on vines.
(6) The neighbourhood was beginning to grow on me.
(7) The crops will not grow on exposed hillsides.
(8) In spring leaves begin to grow on the trees.
(9) Money doesn't grow on trees, you know.
(10) Don't spend so much money doesn't grow on trees, you know.
(11) I need some climbing plants that will grow on a north-facing wall.
(12) Be careful,a bad habit like that can grow on a person.
(13) These flowers generally grow on sloping river banks and near streams.
(14) Slowly and strangely, the place began to grow on me.
(15) In many places, buds grow on trees.
(16) Seapinks and samphire grow on the rocky cliffs.
(17) Why would nothing grow on the ramparts?
(18) Pound sags as fears grow on October trade figures.
(19) They graze on the algae that grow on the coral.
(20) Many flowers of the heath grow on the central plateau. Sentencedict.com
(21) Using natural ingredients, which tend to grow on trees round here, they are both water resistant.
(22) But trees have managed to grow on the banks, and the sandy beds are ideal for horseback riding.
(23) Several rare ferns grow on the steep banks of the burn where it runs into the lake.
(24) Calluses grow on the ball of the foot and do not have a nucleus.
(25) As populations grow, pressure will grow on water resources both from rivers and from artesian wells.
(26) Then it will be possible for crops to grow on soil where, earlier, no plant life could have been supported.
(27) Corals also grow on the lagoon slope and in patches, known as reef knolls, on the lagoon floor.
(28) Once well formed, remove the polythene bag and allow to grow on for a few weeks before potting on each plant singly.
(29) Cultivation: It does not make specific demands of the growing medium, and will even grow on just fine gravel.
(30) Although what is selected for is an ability to grow on poisoned ground, sterility emerges as an incidental.