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herbaceous border

noun [C] uk   us  
a narrow strip of land in a garden, planted with different types of plants that produce flowers that mainly live for more than two years
Translations of “herbaceous border”
in Chinese (Traditional) (花園中種植多年生草本植物的)綠草帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (花园中种植多年生草本植物的)绿草带…
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