What Is a Herbaceous Perennial?

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A herbaceous perennial is a plant with soft succulent stems that die out during the winter an re-emerge after winter. Such plants usually re-emerge during spring as the roots are still alive during winter. Their stems are green, soft and succulent as opposed to the woodier stems of more cold resistant perennials such as conifers.
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Often simply referred to as a perennial, a nonwoody plant that may last anywhere from a few years (short-lived perennial) to decades. Many herbaceous perennials ...
Often simply referred to as a perennial, a nonwoody plant that may last anywhere from a few years (short-lived perennial) to decades. Many herbaceous perennials ...
When a plant is called herbaceous, it means that the stems are soft or succulent and green, as opposed to brown and woody. Generally soft, green, herbaceous growth ...
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