Definitions: (1) productive in mental achievements; inventive; ingenious; (2) having abundant resources; rich; (3) prolific

Synonyms: fecund, luxuriant
     Note: fertile denotes the power of producing; fruitful the act.

• Personal relationships are the fertile soil from which all advancement, all success, all achievement in real life grows. — Benjamin Jeremy Stein (1944-) American actor & comedian
• The orchid’s association in Chinese culture with such virtues as elegance, good taste, friendship, and fertility goes all the way back to Confucius himself, who was said to have a particular attachment to the flowers. — Lawrence Osborne (1958-) British Journalist & novelist

Symbols: 1) frogs; 2) seeds; 3) grapes; 4) the cat

Mythological Figure: Baal, an ancient Semitic god of fertility