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Plants that complete their lifecycle in one year or season.
Plants that take two years to complete their lifecycle.
A plant variety that has been produced in cultivation by selective breeding.
The horticultural practice of removing faded or dead flowers from plants.
Plants that retain their leaves all year round.
A substance added to soil to increase its nutrients and improve plant health.
The process by which a plant grows from a seed.
Acclimating plants to outdoor conditions before transplanting them outside.
A layer of material applied to the surface of soil to conserve moisture, improve the soil’s fertility, and reduce weed growth.
In gardening, refers to practices that do not use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
The process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water.
A continuously growing horizontal underground stem that puts out lateral shoots and adventitious roots at intervals.
The action of moving a plant from one location to another.
A plant considered undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome, especially one growing where it is not wanted, often in competition with cultivated plants.
Landscaping in a style that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation.
Zone (Hardiness Zone)