Perennial plants remain in the ground year after year. Once established, these plants require minimal upkeep as their roots are more far-ranging compared to annuals. Many perennials spread readily and will fill your garden space, providing more and more color each year. When planting your garden, it is important to know that trees, shrubs, and vines are woody perennials; whereas non-woody, flowering plants that die back every year are herbaceous perennials.
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