• Although annual edibles like tomatoes and lettuce are favored by many, you might like to look into some perennial vegetables as well: they only require one season's worth of time and effort to establish them, and you'll be rewarded with delightful edibles forever . (inhabitat.com)
  • Below are a few perennial vegetables that you might be interested in. (inhabitat.com)
  • Leaving mulch on too long will lead to tender and weak growth as perennials grow under the mulch. (uvm.edu)
  • Yes, there are "perennial sunflowers" but they do not look like the typical annual sunflower we grow for seeds and sometimes for cutting. (garden.org)
  • Back in the old days when I read gardening magazines and took notice of what they said, a must-have perennial kept popping up in the pages. (mooseyscountrygarden.com)
  • If you have perennials with attractive winter interest such as Sedum 'Autumn Joy' or ornamental grasses, you may wish to leave them for winter effect. (uvm.edu)
  • This purple flower perennial grows from bulbs and needs little care. (diynetwork.com)
  • For even greater beauty the basic perennial border can be augmented with bulbs for added interest in early spring, annuals for variety and color during the summer and chrysanthemums for fall splendor. (plant-care.com)
  • Perennial flower beds provide continual color during the growing season. (gardenguides.com)
  • Perennial flower beds add depth a contrast to the landscape to create an individual look for the home garden based on each gardener's preferences. (gardenguides.com)
  • Perennial flower beds become a permanent part of the landscape. (gardenguides.com)
  • Known as wild arugula, or wild rocket, this perennial heirloom (Diplotaxis tenuifolia) was originally cultivated in Italy, but has found its way to gardens around the world. (inhabitat.com)
  • A staple of cottage gardens, hollyhock will bring old-fashioned beauty to your perennial border. (diynetwork.com)
  • Evergreen shrubs add interest to the perennial garden during winter months and provide a tailored look to the landscape. (gardenguides.com)
  • Let us take, for example, the case of an evergreen oak ( Quercus ilex ) The evergreen oak is a characteristic perennial tree of these forests, so it has small leaves, covered with a waxen cuticule that provides them a hardened texture, which is known as sclerophyllous . (botanical-online.com)
  • Pictures of famous English perennial borders have always tempted me, though I suspect that this style would not transplant well into my garden, with its resident New Zealand wind. (mooseyscountrygarden.com)
  • The Perennial Philosophy is a comparative study of mysticism by the British writer and novelist Aldous Huxley . (wikipedia.org)
  • The Perennial Philosophy was first published in 1945 immediately after the Second World War (and the defeat of National Socialism ) by Harper & Brothers in the United States (1946 by Chatto & Windus in the United Kingdom). (wikipedia.org)
  • The Perennial Philosophy is an attempt to present this Highest Common Factor of all theologies by assembling passages from the writings of those saints and prophets who have approached a direct spiritual knowledge of the Divine. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Perennial Philosophy is essentially an anthology of short passages taken from traditional Eastern texts and the writings of Western mystics, organised by subject and topic, with short connecting commentaries. (wikipedia.org)
  • A perennial border should be divided into three distinct sections front, middle and rear areas . (plant-care.com)
  • When a perennial border is planned. (plant-care.com)
  • A perennial border may be anywhere from 3 to 6 feet in depth, although the narrower border is considerably easier to tend. (plant-care.com)
  • Combine the perennials that are right for your garden and enjoy easy color all summer long. (hgtv.com)
  • Mine is that perennials should be able to survive with their summer mulch-- a couple inches of bark mulch, shredded leaves or similar-- or else placed in a warmer microclimate site, pots to winter indoors, or not grown. (uvm.edu)
  • If your perennials aren't mulched at all, on bare ground, you may want to provide a light layer of a couple inches of mulch as mentioned above. (uvm.edu)
  • Those quintessential country fence-line perennial clumpers, Kniphofias (Red Hot Pokers), have long been on my garden's 'Perhaps Not' list. (mooseyscountrygarden.com)
  • Perennials offer a good return on investment. (lowes.com)
  • If you have a bed of many cultivars of the same type perennial, a map is a good idea in case labels get lost or moved. (uvm.edu)
  • 2. Should perennials be cut back now? (uvm.edu)
  • Or if your perennials are diseased, you may wish to cut them back and destroy--don't compost-- the diseased stems and leaves. (uvm.edu)
  • Since perennials die back to the ground, winter damage from deer usually isn't a problem. (uvm.edu)
  • And don't use such mulch if you have rodents, as this only provides them a home and your perennials their winter food. (uvm.edu)
  • Papaya are perennial fruits from the Caricaceae family which are used as food, cooking aid and traditional medicine. (bartleby.com)
  • It all seems so much extra work compared to planting a perennial and waiting to harvest its yield. (pfaf.org)
  • Learn the subtleties of this perennial bloomer, from flowering time to planting window. (diynetwork.com)