Introduction to perennials
Perennials allow the garden to have a color that will never fade with time, especially in the autumn, as well as a fantastic flowering in spring and, more generally, in summer. Usually they are plants that have no need to receive special care, as they are planted in winter, obviously going to enrich the soil with soil, in order to prepare the plants for their development. We must also consider that we are talking about plants that have extended over time and are able to fight and resist the cold and frost of the winter season. The definition of perennial plants is such for a simple reason: distinguishing themselves considerably from annual and biennial plants, perennials make flowers and fruits every year and, except in the case in which a particular disease develops or any other external factor is affected. to block the continuation of one's life cycle, they have a theoretically unlimited duration. Within perennials we can find a large number of species, which we will present in this episode, depending on the characteristics and use.