herbaceous


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herbaceous

(of a plant) nonwoody.
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She said that it was a lovely place to visit with a huge collection of herbaceous plants to see growing and with many varieties for sale.
Approximately 4,500 t of grass, herbaceous waste and leaves accumulate each year.
Gatekeeper Nurseries specialise in climbing plants including clematis and many unusual herbaceous plants.
A total of 25 native and 21 nonnative species were selected, including 29 herbaceous and 17 woody species (Appendix 1).
The study presented in this paper is a complimentary follow-up vegetation analysis of the area outside Surra Reserve, with the explicit aim of quantitatively analyzing the herbaceous vegetation composition, distribution and abundance of unprotected marginal steppe rangelands.
Roses, perennials, trees and herbaceous borders will all be on display in several gardens.
The most important thing to remember when planting herbaceous peonies is that they don't like going in too deep - the tubers should be no more than an inch below soil.
The most commonly planted peonies are the herbaceous varieties, with beautiful bowl-shaped silky flowers, which die down over winter and then you see their fat red buds poking through the soil in spring.
They are the richest of flowers and with more varieties than you might think Amazing hybrids: Itohs are a cross between herbaceous and tree peonies Peonies are the epitome of blousy English gardening.
The most commonly planted peonies are the herbaceous varieties, with beautiful bowlshaped silky flowers, which die down over winter and then you see their fat red buds poking through the soil in spring.
Be deep Check when you're buying them if they are grafted on to herbaceous rootstock.
This gardening and landscaping guide explains how to understand the ecology of naturally occurring plant communities and how to use this knowledge to design herbaceous vegetation in gardens, parks, and other urban greenspaces, by sowing designed seed mixes.