Perennial

A plant that lives for an indefinite period, which includes trees and shrubs although it is largely used to describe herbaceous plants which die down each winter and re-grow in the spring

Perennial

• (n.) A perennial plant; a plant which lives or continues more than two years, whether it retains its leaves in winter or not. • (a.) Continuing without cessation or intermission; perpetual; unceasing; never failing. • (a.) ing or continuing through the year; as, perennial fountains. • (a.) Continuing more than two years; as, a...
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perennial

<botany> Lasting through the year of for several years. ... Origin: L. Perennis, from per = through, annus = year ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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perennial

(from the article `horticulture`) Garden perennials include a number of herbaceous species grown for their flowers or occasionally used as vegetative ground covers. Under favourable ... In perennial plants, leaf fall is associated with approaching winter dormancy. In many trees leaf senescence is brought about by declining day length .....
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perennial

(L. perennis, from per through + annus year) lasting through the year of for several years.
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perennial

recurrent adjective recurring again and again; `perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements`
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Perennial

Per·en'ni·al adjective [ Latin perennis that lasts the whole year through; per through + annus year. See Per- , and Annual .] 1. ing or continuing through the year; as, perennial fountains. 2. Continuing without cessation or intermission; ...
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Perennial

A non-woody plant that grows and lives for more than two years often will live for three years or more under normal conditions. Perennials usually produce one flower crop each year, lasting anywhere from a week to a month or longer.
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perennial

A non-woody plant which grows and lives for more than two years. Perennials usually produce one flower crop each year, lasting anywhere from a week to a month or longer.
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perennial

A non-woody plant which grows and lives for more than two years. Perennials usually produce one flower crop each year, lasting anywhere from a week to a month or longer.
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Perennial

A non-woody plant which lives for more than two years
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Perennial

A perennial are plants lasting at least three life-cycles, such as rosemary, lavender, and many other long lived plants.
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Perennial

A perennial are plants lasting at least three life-cycles, such as rosemary, lavender, and many other long lived plants.
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Perennial

A perennial plant is one that lives for several years, as distinguished from annuals and biennials, whose life is only one or two years respectively.
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Perennial

A plant having a life span of more than two years
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Perennial

A plant lasting 3 or more seasonal cycles.
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Perennial

a plant living for more than two years
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Perennial

a plant living for more than two years
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perennial

A plant living for more than two years.
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perennial

a plant species living three or more years.
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perennial

A plant that continues its growth from year to year. In herbaceous perennials aerial parts die away in autumn, to be replaced by new shoots in the following year from underground structures, e.g., delphinium and rhubarb. In woody perennials, permanent woody stems above ground form the starting point...
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perennial

A plant that contiues to grow more than one year, as opposed to an Annual.
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Perennial

a plant that grows and dies within a period longer than 2 years. This is a broad term that includes ferns, trees, shrubs, and woody herbs. Native habitats and contrasting growing climates make perennials a varied group. For example, tomatoes are years-old perennials in their native tropics, but in colder climates are grown instead as annuals. Peren...
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Perennial

A plant that grows and flowers for years. They are either evergreens or may die back to the ground but will grow again the following season.
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Perennial

a plant that grows for more than two years
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