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bergenia

(bɜːˈɡiːnɪə)
n
(Plants) an evergreen ground-covering plant
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Noun1.bergenia - any plant of the genus Bergeniabergenia - any plant of the genus Bergenia; valued as an evergreen ground cover and for the spring blossoms
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
genus Bergenia - genus of perennial spring-blooming rhizomatous herbs with thick evergreen leaves; eastern Asia
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Bergenia cordifolia With a bit of thought, there is a way of planting in parts of your garden that can result in both an attractive and practical solution to garden maintenance - it's called ground cover.
Bergenia cordifolia is excellent in dry shady places - one of the most difficult types of soil.
One of my absolute favourites for a border is bergenia.
My parents had it in the garden Dig over well to aerate the soil Bergenia adds interest and colour to any border when I was a child and we used to love rubbing the leaves, which have a fantastic rubbery feel.
Bergenia are the star performers, with their elephant ear foliage turning from green to ruby red.
Iris Hodgkin' Bergenia, often called elephant's ears, got themselves a stuffy reputation from being overused in dowdy Victorian shrubberies.
Continuity and replacement guard, classified towers IGH, Bergenia residences, 14 rue Maryse Bastie and Feijoa, 2 rue Camille Claudel in the district of Grand Parc Bordeaux.
Density of medicinal plants such as Bergenia ciliata was the highest in undisturbed forest (4.
Purpose: Bergenia crassifolia (L) Fritsch, a species in the Bergenia genus belongs to the family Saxifragaceae, is valuated for its medicinal application.
Bergenia pacifica is very close to growth in Siberia leather bergenia and is overlooking a replacement for the Far East.
And if the shaded area boasts moist or damp soil, choose fatsia japonica, prunus laurocerasus, skimmia japonica, Bergenia or Pachysandra terminalis.