"A plant," spring-time, bush, garden:
Note: If you do the sign "plant / spring / bush / garden" using only a single movement it would tend to mean "GROW."
Note: When signing "GARDEN" I tend to sign "GROW" (using a small movement) and then shift the sign location to the right a couple inches and sign "GROW" again. That shows more than one plant growing.
NOTE: Some people feel the "initialized" version of "plant" is not an ASL sign.
I'm going to show it to you here so you can recognize it. I suggest you use the "plant / spring / bush / garden" version instead of the initialized version.
See the "spring" page.
PLANT (initialized version)
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