Herbaceous

A plant that does not form a woody stem. Most herbaceous plants usually die down each winter and grow again in the spring

herbaceous

a green plant that is distinguished from woody plants by being leaflike in appearance and texture
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herbaceous

[adj] - (botany) characteristic of a nonwoody herb or plant part
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Herbaceous

• (a.) Of or pertaining to herbs; having the nature, texture, or characteristics, of an herb; as, herbaceous plants; an herbaceous stem.
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herbaceous

<botany> Refers to a plant that has a non-woody stem and which dies back at the endof the growing season. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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herbaceous

adjective characteristic of a nonwoody herb or plant part
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Herbaceous

HerĀ·ba'ceous adjective [ Latin herbaceus grassy. See Herb .] Of or pertaining to herbs; having the nature, texture, or characteristics, of an herb; as, herbaceous plants; an herbaceous stem.
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Herbaceous

1. of or relating to an herb. 2. soft and green, rather than woody (Morris 1992).
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herbaceous

A green or leafy character brought about by under ripe grapes and an overly vigorous canopy.
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Herbaceous

A group of plant families belonging neither to the graminaceae nor to trees (composite, Polygonaceae, Urticaceae, etc.).
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Herbaceous

A nonwoody plant in which the top-growth dies to the ground at the end of each growing season.
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Herbaceous

a nonwoody plant.
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herbaceous

A perennial plant which dies down each year after flowering (see also deciduous).
Found on http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/cd-keys/orchidkey/html/glossary.html

Herbaceous

A plant said to be herbaceous is a perennial plant of which the stem perishes annually, while the roots remain permanent and send forth a new stem in the following season.
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Herbaceous

A plant that dies down to ground level at the end of the growing season
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Herbaceous

A plant that dies down to ground level at the end of the growing season
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Herbaceous

A plant that has leaves and stems that die down at the end of the growing season.
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Herbaceous

A plant with a non-woody stem. The upper parts will die back at the end of the growing season. It generally refers to perennials. Gertrude Jekyll invented the term.
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Herbaceous

A positive term used to describe the subtle aroma of herbs in Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. When such an odor is too pronounced, it is negatively described as vegetal.
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Herbaceous

An aroma or flavor similar to green; often an indication of underripe grapes or fruit grown in a cool climate.
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Herbaceous

An odor suggestive of herbs or broken green stems of plants. It is a positive characteristic is suggestive of the base and not too pronounced, but a fault if excessive or from spoilage.
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Herbaceous

Applied to a non-woody perennial plant that dies back to ground level at the end of the growing season and re grows the following spring.
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Herbaceous

Aromas reminiscent of fresh grass or hay; grassy, as in certain Sauvignon Blancs; also the green pepper character of some Cabernets.
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Herbaceous

Describes a plant with soft rather than woody stems
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herbaceous

Describes a plant with soft rather than woody tissues.
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