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Lasting or remaining active throughout the year, or all the time

a perennial stream.

Enduring; lasting; timeless

His artwork has a perennial beauty.

Having a life cycle of more than two years. Compare annual, biennial
Continuing without cessation or intermission; perpetual; permanent; unceasing; never failing

The perennial existence of bodies corporate and their fortunes are things particularly suited to a man who has long views….

Recurrent; appearing or recurring again and again

Change is a perennial theme in politics.

A perennial plant; a plant that is active throughout the year or survives for more than two growing seasons. Compare annual, biennial
continuing though the year or through many years
{a} durable, perpetual, in botany lasting more than two years
A plant that takes more than two years to complete its life cycle
A plant that lives and reproduces for several years; the stems and leaves may die each year, but portions close to or below the ground remain perennial
a plant that usually lives more than two years
{s} lasting throughout the whole year; continuing for many years; perpetual, everlasting
You use perennial to describe situations or states that keep occurring or which seem to exist all the time; used especially to describe problems or difficulties. the perennial urban problems of drugs and homelessness = constant + perennially per·en·ni·al·ly Both services are perennially short of staff
Lasting from year to year (Munz, 1965) 3 Bot having a life span of more than two years (Webster)
Present at all seasons of the year The term can also be used designate a plant that produces new growth in successive years from a perennating part
A plant that grows for 3 or more years and usually flowers each year The vast majority of North Country plants are perennial From the Latin, perennis, "through;" and annus, "a year "
A perennial plant lives for several years and has flowers each year. a perennial herb with greenish-yellow flowers. Perennial is also a noun. a low-growing perennial. a plant that lives for more than two years hardy perennial. Any plant that persists for several years, usually with new herbaceous growth from a part that survives from season to season. Trees and shrubs are perennial, as are some herbaceous flowers and vegetative ground covers. Perennials have only a limited flowering period, but with maintenance throughout the growing season, they provide a leafy presence and shape to the garden landscape. Popular flowering perennials include bellflowers, chrysanthemums, columbines, lockspurs, hollyhocks, phlox, pinks, poppies, and primroses. See also annual, biennial
a plant lasting for three seasons or more recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements" lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant" lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness
recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"
Living for many years
{i} something that continues for many years
lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant"
A perennial plant; a plant which lives or continues more than two years, whether it retains its leaves in winter or not
Living through three or more seasons
Persisting for several years, usually dying back to a perennial crown during the winter and initiating new growth each spring
A plant that lives from year to year and typically involves many reproductive cycles By definition, for three seasons or more From the Latin word perennis, "through the year"
A plant that lives for three or more growing seasons
A plant that normally lives for 3 years or more
A plant which continues to grow after it has reproduced, usually meaning that it lives for several years
Continuing more than two years; as, a perennial steam, or root, or plant
Describes herbaceous plants that persist for more than two years, dying back each year to the same rootstock Lillies, phlox, hostas, and yarrow are all perennials Some plants are perennials, but will die if overwintered in northern climates; these are tender Those that can take cold winters are considered hardy
A plant that lives for more than two years Usually spreads by roots and/or seeds
Everlasting; perpetual (may refer to a woody or herbaceous plant that continues its growth for a least three years)
a plant growing for more than two years
lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness"
Active throughout the year, or all the time
ing or continuing through the year; as, perennial fountains
A plant that dies down to the ground during winter and survives to grow again each spring
A plant that lives for more than a year and produces flowers on more than one occasion (Latin per, through + annus, a year)
lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness
A plant that would have come back year after year if it had survived
Shortening of perennial plant; A plant that it active throughout the year
A plant that normally lives for three or more years
A plant that grows year after year as are most trees, shrubs, grasses, and some smaller plants
Plant that lives for three or more years, producing leaves and stems each year from rootstock, crown buds, or branches
Plants that live or grow for more than one year Some resprout from a root system or reseed themselves every year
a plant lasting for three seasons or more recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"
Continuing without cessation or intermission; perpetual; unceasing; never failing
A plant that can live more than two years
a plant lasting for three seasons or more
A plant that doesn't die after one life cycle Often defined as a plant that lives more than one year See; annual, biennial
perennial question
eternal question, question that has stumped men throughout the ages and has not or cannot be answered
perennial ryegrass
European perennial grass widely cultivated for pasture and hay and as a lawn grass
perennial salt marsh aster
a variety of aster
perennial stream
small river which flows throughout the year
perennial struggle
eternal struggle, perpetual struggle
perennially
in a perennial manner; repeatedly; "We want to know what is perennially new about the world
perennially
throughout the year
perennially
In a perennial manner
perennially
during the whole year; during many years; eternally, perpetually
perennially
constantly
perennially
in a perennial manner; repeatedly; "We want to know what is perennially new about the world"
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Plants that continue their growth from year to year
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- These die down in the fall or winter, but grow again every year in the spring They include chives, fennel, marjoram, mint, and tarragon They can be used to bulk out beds and borders, and provide seasonal interest with flowers and foliage
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Plants that form annual above ground vegetation and seed structures from underground roots that persist for many years
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are plants that live from year to year They may be woody (sage, thyme, lavender) or herbaceous (chives)
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A plant that lives through several growing seasons (Comes back every year ) If planted in the fall or very early spring some perennials will bloom the first year they are sown Most will spend the first year growing roots and leaves Blossoms usually appear the second year
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plural of perennial
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Plants that grow back year after year from the original roots or from self-seeding Some perennials are tender and need to be dug in the fall and stored for the winter, but can be replanted in the spring If a plant is sufficiently hardy for your climate, it can simply be left in the ground and will grow again in the spring
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