Another word for fertile
Said of land
Said of females
Said of the mind, imagination, etc.
fertile implies a producing, or the power of producing, fruit or offspring, and may be used figuratively of the mind; fecund implies the abundant production of offspring or fruit, or, figuratively, of creations of the mind; fruitful specifically suggests the bearing of much fruit, but it is also used to imply fertility (of soil or plants) or to that which produces favorable or profitable results, etc.; prolific, a close synonym for fecund, more often carries connotations of rapid production or reproduction and is often derogatory a prolific species, a prolific writer