-Harvesting: A corp or yield of one growing season.
-Crops: The cultivated produce of the ground, while growing or when gattered.
-Pursuit: An effort to secure or attain, quest.
-Buttressed: Any external prop or support built to steady a structure by opposing its outward thrusts.
-Ridges: A long, narrow elevation of land.
-Patch: A piece of cloth or other material used to mend or strengthen a torn or weak point.
-Sloping- To move to an inclination.
- Hood: Any of various implements of similar forms, as for mixing plaster.
-Mounds: a natural elevation of earth.
Parsley: An herb, native to the Mediterranean, having either curled leaf clusters.
-Tarragon- An old world plant, having aromatic purposes using for seasoning.
-Battered: To beat persistently or hard.
-Checkered: Marked by numerous and various shifts or changes, variegated.
-Nourished: To sustain with food or nutriment, supply what is necessary for life , health and growth.
Sparsely: Thinly scattered or distributed.
-Burden: that which is carried.
-Stern: Firm, strict or uncompromising.
-Spans: the maximum distance between the tips of the thumb and little finger, taken as the basis of a measurement equal to 9 inches.
-Mere: Being nothing more.
-Earstwhile: Former, of times past.
-Skirted: To lie on or along the border of.
-Under siege: Any prolonged or persistent effort to overcome resistance.
-Tenacious: Holding fast, characterized by keeping a firm hold.
-Flanks: The side of an animal or a person between the ribs and hip.
-Blossoming: To produce or yield blossomed, to develop.
-Crates: Any completely enclosed boxlike packing or shipping case.
-Makeshift: A temporary expedient or substitute.
-Hedge: A row of bushes or small trees planted close together, especially when forming a boundary, hedgerow.
-Weighing on: To hold up and balance, as in the land, morder to estimate the weight.