Is red clover a perennial?

Answer Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a short-lived perennial that grows throughout the northeastern United States. Its small seeds may be used for growing sprouts, much like alfalfa sprouts. The red ... Read More »

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Are carnations perennial?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture classifies carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus) as a perennial flower. In the United States, the carnation grows wild only in Arkansas in Massachusetts, but is a co... Read More »

Is vinca a perennial?

Vinca (Catharanthus) is a summer flowering annual. This annual likes sunny, hot weather and produces blooms all season long. It is sometimes confused with the common periwinkle (Vinca minor) and th... Read More »

What is a perennial plant?

Answer Perennials:-These plants are mostly shrubs and trees which alive for many years.They produce flowers,seeds and fruits year after year.E.g:-Mango,China Rose etc.A perennial plant is a plant t... Read More »

What is a flowering perennial?

Flowering perennials are plants that grow and flower for more at least three seasons, with the root systems lying dormant during winter months. Gardeners commonly call them herbaceous perennial flo... Read More »