hardy plant

hardy plant

[¦här·dē ¦plant]
(botany)
A plant able to withstand low temperatures without artificial protection.
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This wonderfully hardy plant is long flowering and is a low-maintenance bedding favourite.
The grain-yielding grass is such a hardy plant that it is grown on more land than any other crop in the world.
Our fantastic winter hardy plant, also known as Dianthus barbatus 'Mixed', has a compact habit of only 20-25cm, making it the perfect addition to the border, rockery or patio.
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If you are into your perennials, you won't go far wrong with a subscription to The Hardy Plant Society.
Although Skinner was introducing hardy plant material by 1911, and was hybridizing plants by the First World War, his serious plant breeding began in 1918.
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Tender perennials - or half-hardy plants as they are sometimes called - are exactly that, a half- hardy plant.
Choosing the correct Clematis for our area and growing it properly will give the gardener a hardy plant with long life.
You can find out more about the Hardy Plant Society at www.hardy-plant.org.uk or for more details on the Monmouthshire group and their programme of events and speakers email hpsmon@aol.com
This fantastic winter hardy plant has a compact habit of only 20-25cm, making it the perfect addition to the border, rockery or patio (when grown in pots as illustrated).