The amount of water a perennial needs depends on the actual flower itself. It is best to let the plant dry out and not to water on a fixed schedule, as it can drown the plant.
Hops are perennials.
Primroses are perennials
They may be getting too much sun, or they need more water. Good luck with them.
They are perennials. They are very hardy plants!
Both annuals and evergreen perennials. For example the Balsamina and the Gladulifera are annual and the New Guinea group perennials
Yes but they are not hardy perennials and in the UK where we have cold winters dahlias need to be lifted, allowed to dry and stored in cool frost free conditions until spring when they can be replanted.
as much water they need to survive!
Strawberries are perennials, however, they are often planted annually.
Pilea, the Low-growing tropical perennials
They need alot of water
none,they do not need water
There are dozens of marigolds, and some are annuals while some are perennials.
There are many varieties of daisies. Some are annuals and others are perennials.
Take your weight and divide it by two to get how much water you need.
you need greenhouses/hoop houses and trees, shrubs, perennials
A Christmas tree, if real, is an evergreen. Most types of evergreens are perennials.
Are maple trees annuals or perennials?Maple trees are perennials.
Florist chrysanthemums are generally annuals. Garden chrysanthemums are perennials.
If planted early enough in the season for the roots to grow, chrysanthemums are perennials.
Joseph Hudak has written: 'Gardening with Perennials' 'Gardening with perennials month by month' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Perennials 'Design for Gardens'
they need a couple of water becuase if they dont get water they die
you need about 8 cups of water a day