bed out

bed out

1. To uproot and replant tropical or annual plants from indoor growing locations to outdoor flower beds, especially those laid out in ostentatious shapes and patterns. Usually used in gerunds. Bedding out was all the rage in Victorian England, though it has been seeing a resurgence of interest recently.
2. To make a bed for oneself in some location. On warm nights like these, we like to bed out with the herd beneath the stars.
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