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rootbound

adjective uk   us   /ˈruːt.baʊnd/
If a plant is rootbound, its roots have filled the container it is growing in and it stops growing well.
Translations of “rootbound”
in Chinese (Traditional) (盆栽植物)根滿盆的,盆縛的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (盆栽植物)根满盆的,盆缚的…
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