herbaceous border


herbaceous border
her.baceous 'border
n
part of a garden where people grow plants that live for many years and do not need to be replaced

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • herbaceous border — herbaceous borders N COUNT A herbaceous border is a flower bed containing a mixture of plants that flower every year. [BRIT] …   English dictionary

  • herbaceous border — ► NOUN ▪ a garden border containing mainly perennial flowering plants …   English terms dictionary

  • Herbaceous border — A herbaceous border is a collection of perennial herbaceous plants (plants that live for more than two years and are soft stemmed and non woody) arranged closely together, usually to create a dramatic effect through colour, shape or large scale.… …   Wikipedia

  • herbaceous border — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms herbaceous border : singular herbaceous border plural herbaceous borders an area of a garden in which herbaceous plants grow …   English dictionary

  • herbaceous border — noun : a permanent flower border consisting primarily of hardy herbaceous perennials but frequently including annuals and biennials * * * herˌbaceous ˈborder [herbaceous border] noun a piece of ground in a garden/yard containing plants that… …   Useful english dictionary

  • herbaceous border — her,baceous border noun count an area of a garden in which herbaceous plants grow …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • herbaceous border — noun a garden border containing flowering plants, typically herbaceous perennials …   English new terms dictionary

  • herbaceous border — /hɜˌbeɪʃəs ˈbɔdə/ (say her.bayshuhs bawduh) noun a border of herbaceous plants around a garden bed …   Australian English dictionary

  • herbaceous border — n. garden border made of flower beds …   English contemporary dictionary

  • herbaceous border — noun (C) part of a garden where plants are grown that live for many years and do not need to be replaced …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English