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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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(Remember plants in pots dry out faster than those planted in the ground.) Get perennials planted as soon as possible so their roots have time to establish in their new homes before cold temperatures arrive.
On small areas, perennial mixtures of different heights should be chosen, for example through the use of ornamental grasses.
I love perennial Perennial phlox, which in my garden have just come into flower, and usually last a few weeks.
I love perennial phlox, which in my garden have just come into flower, and Perennial usually last a few weeks.
Perennials and Sutherland is the eighth platform acquisition completed in Bertram's third fund.
Pet Perennials provides a convenient online storefront offering one-of-a-kind pet loss sympathy gifts that bring comfort to the pet lover(s) while honoring the memory of a pet.
There was also no difference between the cover of annuals (mean cover = 40.73%, SE = 12.8) and perennials (mean cover = 36.19%, SE = 12.02) seeded in 2009 across soil types (p = 0.10).
The Well-Tended Perennial Garden: The Essential Guide to Planting and Pruning Techniques, Revised and Expanded Edition
In contrast, landscapes that are further along in succession or ecosystem development--i.e., landscapes with perennial vegetation and greater interspecies and intraspecies diver-sity--are generally superior with respect to their numerous regulating, supporting, and provisioning ecosystem services relevant to agriculture, including nutrient and carbon retention and water uptake efficiency, regulation of pest populations, and net primary productivity.
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.
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.