Sorrel as a Perennial Weed?

Answer Red sorrel or Rumex acetosella is a member of the buckwheat family, polygonaceae, and a relative of rhubarb. It is also known as sheep's sorrel, field sorrel, horse sorrel, gentleman's sorrel, toad... Read More »

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Is butterfly weed an annual or perennial?

Butterfly weed is a North American perennial and can be found along roadways and in rock gardens. These slow-growers take up to two years to establish from seeds. Butterfly weed attracts butterflie... Read More »

Is butterfly weed an annual or a perennial?

According to Tex Fest and Floridata, butterfly weed (asclepias tuberosa) is a hardy perennial. It is also known as butterfly milkweed and pleurisy root. It is called butterfly weed because the brig... Read More »

How to Plant Perennial Flowers With a Weed Barrier?

A weed barrier is a plastic or cloth barrier gardeners lay over soil to keep down weeds. Most weed barriers allow moisture and air to get through, but block sunlight. Weed barriers are easy to inst... Read More »

How to Grow Sorrel?

Sorrel (Rumex acetosa) is a perennial herb that grows to a height of about 1 metre (3 feet) tall. Sorrel leaves are great used in salads the same way as spinach leaves and they can also work as a s... Read More »