- The relationship of plants to each other and their environment.
- A line that creates visual interest and separation, for example, between the lawn and an
- Edging plants
- Dwarf, compact plants that are used for the front of a border, or for planting along
paths or steps.
- The dormant, immature plant within each seed.
- The food storage tissue within a seed
- A plant which grows above ground, attaching itself to a tree or rock.
- Retaining leaves for most or all of an annual cycle.
- A plant whose flowers retain some of their color and can be prepared for dried
- Abbreviated as ET, it is the amount of water that transpires through a plants leaves
combined with the amount that evaporates from the soil in which it is growing. Used as a
guide for how much water a plant needs per day/week/year.
- A bud. With perennials, it usually refers to a dormant bud growing on the root. Also the
center of a flower.
- Strictly speaking, a plant which is not native to the area, but popularly any unusual or