Evergreen is an integrated library system originally developed by the Georgia PINES consortium for use as their automation system. It was designed from scratch for large-scale deployment in very large public library and state-wide consortium environments with tens of millions of records and hundreds of libraries.
Remaining unwithered through the winter, or retaining unwithered leaves until the leaves of the next year are expanded, as pines cedars, hemlocks, and the like.
An evergreen plant.
Twigs and branches of evergreen plants used for decoration.
plants which retain their leaves throughout the year.
A plant that retains green leaves throughout the year. Life span of an individual leaf can be 2-15 years.
Trees and shrubs which keep most of their leaves throughout the year.
feuilles persistantes ewig grün Perenne Plants which retain their leaves, not deciduous.
Any perennial plant on which the leaves survive the winter, and live for several seasons.
green leaves remaining present through winter.
( Underappreciated Trees) - having green leaves through the winter; not deciduous.
just like the word implies. Plants that never loose their leaves all at once.
A plant that has leaves year round (the opposite of deciduous). Some examples include pine and spruce trees, live oaks, bays, and mangroves.
Tree that does not lose all of its leaves at one time
A plant which retains its leaves in a living state during the winter.
As opposed to deciduous trees and shrubs, evergreens maintain leaves all year. Pines, Junipers, and Rhododendrons are all evergreens.
trees that keep their leaves or needles through the winter.
a plant that retains its green leaves year round.
The opposite of deciduous, a plant that does not shed leaves in winter or other period of dormancy.
having green foliage throughout the year.
plants remaining leafy throughout all seasons.
Holding or having green foliage through the winter.
Some plants retain their leaves all years round, and so are 'ever green'. They do shed their leaves, but do not drop them all at once; they simply allow them to age and fall off whenever they are too old to be of further use to the plant. Many evergreens grow in hostile environments, and so may use this method as an adaptation to their environment.
Leaves or needles are green year round.
Plants that retain foliage throughout the year.
The term, evergreen means having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year, in contrast to plants that are classified as deciduous.
Refers to a plant that retains its leaves for more than one annual growth cycle.
a plant that retains most of its foliage throughout the year. Such plants do drop some leaves periodically to allow for new leaves. Example: Pines.
Plants whose leaf cover remains alive year-round, though individual leaves may die and fall. Includes species, such as Rhododendron, whose leaves go dormant and change color at the end of the growing season, then green up again for the new season. Other evergreens, such as Pinus banksiana (Jack Pine), discard batches of leaves periodically. Evergreens may have needles (pine and spruce, for instance) or "broad" leaves (holly and rhododendron). Perennial plants whose leaves all die at once (and usually fall) at the end of each growing season (i.e. maple trees) are deciduous.
a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year
(of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year
a great backdrop for Burning Bush, the green and red provide a wonderful contrast
a tree or shrub with needle-type leaves that stay on the plant through the winter
A plant that retains all or most of it's foliage throughout the year.
Bearing green leaves or stems over the winter; not deciduous.
retains its leaves throughout the winter
plants having green leaves throughout the year
Those plants which keep their green leaves throughout the year.
a tree that does not shed its leaves in winter. Pine and juniper are examples.
Plants which retain green foliage throughout the year.
A plant whose needles or leaves remain green throughout the year
Persistent Plants the remain green throughout the year
Describes a tree or plant that does not lose its leaves in the Fall or Winter. It stays green all year.
Any product that remains popular and valuable year after year.
a tree which has foliage and remains green all year round
plants that retain their green foliage throught out the year
Persisting and remains green throughout the year.
trees that keep their leaves or needles year-round.
opposite of deciduous, i.e. evergreen plants do not shed all their leaves annually, but shed and grow new leaves continually; most conifers are evergreen, but the evergreeen habit is not restricted to conifers
"Evergreen" refers to trees that normally retain most of their foliage (needles) through the winter. Pine and juniper are examples.
Any plant that keeps its leaves throughout the year.
A plant which retains its leaves or needles for more than one season, thus economizing on the nutrients and energy which go into the production of each leaf. A useful adaptation in environments with low fertility and short growing seasons.
A plant which retains a large portion of its leaves all year.
A plant which remains green throughout the year
having leaves all the year round Fastigiate with branches erect and close together
holding the leaves over winter or longer, until new ones appear.
A plant that retains living leaves or needles year-round or longer or until new ones appear.
Plant that retains its leaves for more than one growing season.
never entirely without green foilage, leaves persisting until a new set has appeared.
An article that has no news peg and thus can be published at any time of the year or repeatedly, year after year. A "glossary" column, for example, is an evergreen.
having persistent leaves with a crown that is never wholly bare, as applied to a tree, shrub or perennial
A plant that retains its foliage for more than one season
Retaining leaves for most or all of an annual cycle.
trees with needles or leaves that remain alive and on the tree through the winter and into the next growing season.
bearing green leaves throughout the year. cf. deciduous.
a tree or plant that keeps its leaves all year round
A plant that remains in leaf all year. It should be noted that evergreen trees slowly shed their oldest leaves at certain times of the year (depending on species) as they are replaced by new growth.
Retaining green foliage for more than one season.
Plant which always bears foliage; i.e. never deciduous. Leaves fall off individually, not all in one season. Parent Term: Tree_crown Difficulty Level
A tree which retains its foliage throughout the year. Not synonymous with conifer - some broadleaved trees (examples: American Holly, Southern Magnolia, Live Oak) are evergreen.
a tree that usually keeps its leaves all year
Shrubs or trees that retain their leaves year-round.
Plant that retains its foliage year round.
A story or article that is recycled year after year, and is usually run to coincide with certain seasons. Almost every consumer publication carries some type of evergreen, whether it is an annual story on weight loss or one on Christmas baking.
A plant remaining green in its dormant season and so applied to plants that are green throughout the year. Properly applied to plants and not to leaves, as it is due to the persistence of leaves.
Having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year, such as pine, spruce, or juniper.
describes a plant that has green leaves all year round; or a plant that in xeric habitats has green stems or trunks and never produces leaves.
The description of a tree or shrub that retains leaves all year round.
A plant which never loses all of it's leaves at one time.
A plant that does not lose all its leaves periodically.
A group of trees that do not lose all of their leaves every year but go through a gradual replacement by dropping only their oldest leaves each year. Instead of being bare in winter, these trees have leaves all year.
Bearing green foliage throughout the year.
An "evergreen" can also be called a " conifer" or " softwood" tree. However, it is inaccurate to call all conifers "pines"! There are only three native pine tree species in the U.P. (white, red & jack) and seven species of non-pine conifers (balsam fir, hemlock, cedar, black & spruce, tamarack, and yew). True pines (genus Pinus) make up only 15% of the number of conifers in the U.P. [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location
Remaining green throughout the year; not deciduous.
means to have foilage that stays green and functional through more than one growing season. Deciduous trees lose their leaves or needles seasonally, whereas evergreens will not.
A plant that stays green year-round.
Tree or shrub that retains its leaves all year and for several years.
Tree or shrub that retains greenery all year.
Evergreen plants do not lose their leaves seasonally. Pines and firs are examples of evergreens. (Compare with deciduous plants.)
plants that do not loose there leaves seasonally; are always green.
Plants that bear green leaves year-round; not deciduous.
Evergreen is an open source integrated library system, developed by the Georgia Public Library Service. It is used in the integrated statewide library system known as PINES (Public Information Network for Electronic Services), which is in use at roughly 250 libraries in the state.