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perennial

/per·en·ni·al/ (pah-ren´e-al) lasting through the year or for several years.

perennial

a plant that lives from year to year in a form other than seed. Plants with woody stems are generally perennials (e.g. trees, shrubs and woody vines), but so too are many herbaceous plants (e.g. dandelion, daisy and plantain), in which the aerial parts die back during the winter leaving perennating organs (e.g. tubers, corms and bulbs) underground.

Perennial

Present at all seasons of the year.

perennial

a plant with a life cycle of more than one year.

perennial broomweed
gutierreziamicrocephala.
perennial pea
lathyruslatifolius.
perennial ryegrass
loliumperenne.
perennial snakeweed
gutierrheziamicrocephala.
perennial urochloa grass
urochloamozambicensis.
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Ideally, your trees, shrubs and perennials will benefit most from either the use of a soaker hose or drip system.
Results from the 2009 variety model suggested that data describing annuals and perennials should be investigated separately.
In addition to the seasonal beauty offered by our Expressions Annuals, our customers increasingly want the sustainability of quality perennials that are landscape anchors offering hardiness, color and reliable performance, year after year.
The most important benefit that perennials confer is protection of the soil.
Preparing plants for scores of flower shows for more than 16 years, I noticed how some perennials lend themselves to pot culture while others don't succeed.
It is not only possible but it is advisable to plant perennials in the fall.
Summer rainfall events are not uncommon and summer-active perennials, which can exploit these out-of-season rainfall events, are being adopted by farmers in this region.
In North Dakota, Fargo-based ARS scientist Jason Farris is discovering domestication genes in wheat and Brett Hulke is evaluating perennials in the USDA sunflower germplasm collection for disease resistance and working with crop breeders to introduce these genes into cultivated sunflower.
Phlox are classic cottage garden perennials but look out for the new Flame series of compact mildew resistant varieties.
May and June are the ideal months to make sowings of perennials.
Results indicate that burning the trees when soils were frozen prompted a more successful recovery of perennials and helped keep cheatgrass establishment at bay.