What are perennials
Many persons are not
familiar with the gardeners' concept of perennials.
It would be therefore appropriate to explain once more what types of plants
are included in this group.
perennials are plants that do not have wooden parts and spend the winter outside
in the garden. They live at least three years at the same place. Of course,
the majority of perennials can grow in the same spot for many years without the need to be transplanted.
This group of plants
does not include annuals, biennials and arboraceous plants (trees, shrubs and
lignified climbers), indodor plants and classical balcony plants.
Perennials can have
a wide range of uses in the garden. People like them primarily because of their
resistance, the beauty of their flowers and the variety of their forms as well
as for the colours of their leaves. If we provide them with at least the basic living conditions, they will increase in number every year. Every
smallest place in the garden can be filled by a perennial, and year after year
it will make happy both an amateur gardener and the professional.
For more information
about perennials please go on the page Possible uses.