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Synonyms for perennial

Synonyms for perennial

existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time

Synonyms for perennial

lasting three seasons or more

lasting an indefinitely long time

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recurring again and again

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Also take care to give your shrubs and perennials water.
Perennials were considered established when they could not be manually pulled from the ground.
The Well-Tended Perennial Garden: The Essential Guide to Planting and Pruning Techniques, Revised and Expanded Edition
The partnership will see The Perennial Farm providing a range of perennials for the 2015 Essential Perennials Collection.
New domestication efforts directed at current wild perennials require many years to select promising domesticates.
During the past few decades, herbaceous perennials have been used in increasingly imaginative ways, in prairie planting, wave planting and naturalistic planting in beds and borders everywhere, yet we seldom consider them for containers.
Can I plant perennials in the fall, or do they need a full season to grow before winter?
2007), with the result that several promising, alternative herbaceous perennials have been identified and are in the process of being evaluated (Dear and Ewing 2008).
By growing more perennials, you'll create a more diverse garden that ultimately needs less from you: You'll spend less time working and more time harvesting.
Although the USDA is facing the same budget challenges felt across the nation, researchers are certainly not "walking away from work on perennials," as the article suggests.
Garden centres have an excellent range of perennials and as long as they are kept wellwatered will establish quickly.
Even in modestly sized beds and borders, perennials can become the mainstay of any display, providing unity and continuity from one year to the next.
Bates and Svejcar conducted a study at a site dominated by a 90-year-old western juniper woodland--a site once vegetated with basin big sagebrush and associated perennial grasses and forbs--to determine whether burning the cut junipers would help reestablish the perennials.
Herbaceous perennials die down to the ground every season and send forth new growth.
But what I really want to talk about is perennials.