Q: planting sills on an audience. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: check your spelling, what do you mean by "sills"?


Q: planting seeds in the ground in my garden と planting seeds in the soil in my garden はどう違いますか?
A: @Anth22 ground is a more broad term. soil is a more specific type of ground.
Q: planting trees, reducing, reusing and recycling. と plant trees, reduce,reuse and recycle. と tips for an aplicación form はどう違いますか?
A: The first set use -ing and the other set use infinitive


Q: Keeping myself busy on planting or in planting
は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I keeping myself busy planting (vegetables/flowers).


Q: I’m interested in planting some herbs.
I watched some video about planting herbs today.
I’m glowing only one potted mints at my garden.
I’m going to plant potted rosemary next September. この表現は自然ですか?
A: if you are talking to someone in chat/text message, then this will be more casual because the use of slang:

I'm interested in planting herbs, been watching some videos about it too. Currently growing a pot of mint in my garden and I'm gonna plant rosemary next September.
Q: Planting tree, tree planting, which sounds natural? What's the difference?
A: It depends on the context.

What are you doing?
I'm planting a tree.

I'm going outside to plant a tree.
What? You're going to plant a tree?

There's going to be a tree planting ceremony for Earth Day at 6pm tonight. (weird example, but it's the best I got right now)
Q: “Weinstein frequently bragged about planting items in media outlets about those who spoke against him.” What does “plant items in media outlets”mean? Thank u.
A: , It means that he told media members stories about the people who spoke against him in a effort to hurt there credibility.
Q: I ended up with planting some flowers on my holiday.
I planted some flowers to end up my holiday.
A: At the end of my holiday, I planted flowers.