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They are herbaceous perennials with bulbs, and can be identified by their rather fleshy leaves, usually large and attractive flowers, with six stamens and an inferior ovary.
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They and herbaceous
They are relatively robust herbaceous perennials with short rhizomes and leaves forming a rosette, individually linear-oblong, flat, rather fleshy.
They are herbaceous perennials, usually with bulbs, although in some cases they have short rhizomes.
They may turn to available browse species and fibrous teak bark in summer as green grass and herbaceous resources dry up.
They are small ( a few centimeters tall ) and herbaceous ( nonwoody ) and absorb water and nutrients through their leaves.
They also use the high density of perennial grasses and herbaceous ground cover in the young forests for their diet during different times of the year.
They are herbaceous perennial plants growing to 1 – 4 m tall, with stout, hollow, somewhat succulent stems.
They have the large flowers of a tree peony, but die back to the ground each year like herbaceous peonies.
They are all herbaceous plants native to Europe, Asia, and north Africa, but several have become very successful weeds of crop fields and are now widely naturalised across the temperate world.
They are annual or perennial herbaceous vines, bines and ( a few species of ) woody shrubs, growing to 0. 3-3 m tall.
They are mostly herbaceous perennials with bright yellow or white flowers ( if white, still with a yellow centre ); some are annuals or biennials.
They found that two tribes of neotropical herbaceous bamboo tribes, the Streptochaeteae and Anomochloeae, are resolved as the most basal clade within the grass family, confirming the hypothesis that elements within the Bambusoideae sensu lato are basal within the Poaceae, and also showing that the Bambusoideae s. l.