herbaceous


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herbaceous

1. designating or relating to plants or plant parts that are fleshy as opposed to woody
2. (of petals and sepals) green and leaflike

herbaceous

[hər′bā·shəs]
(botany)
Resembling or pertaining to a herb.
Pertaining to a stem with little or no woody tissue.
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And if there's a herbaceous perennial that did well, one you'd like to see more of, the best way to achieve this is by dividing up the plant into smaller plantlets and replanting.
Herbaceous Lemon will be followed by Smokey Tea and Bitter Cherry.
Other good choices include the herbaceous perennial Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker'', a moisture-loving bronzeleaved plant with brilliant yellow flowers.
Tree peonies, which are deciduous but keep their woody stems throughout winter, flower later than the herbaceous varieties and their flowers tend to be larger.
Stephanie Wilkins' pictures of the herbaceous borders in Bute Park, Cardiff
In fact, all Early Devonian plants were herbaceous, so externally, you would not be able to tell which had wood and which had not.
Understand first that the plants are herbaceous perennials.
Mowing is a common maintenance practice to control woody plants and noxious weeds in herbaceous plantings.
There are some exceptions to reports of low values for understory herbaceous cover and biomass in J.
Four herbaceous favorites: 'Blaze' (bright red single), 'Festiva Maxima' (white double with crimson flecks in the center), 'Sarah Bernhardt' (pink), or 'Sea Shell (Satiny pink single).
whether the herbaceous layer could be divided among the vegetation types distinguished according to the tree and shrub layer).
I recommend Dr Hessayon's Flower Expert book which lists how to care for every kind of herbaceous plant.