Answer: No question is too silly in gardening. We all were novices at one point. I'm glad you asked your questions. Annuals are flowers or vegetables that grow, flower and fruit in one growing season then die. Perennials grow, flower and fruit, and set seeds in one season. The tops die, but the roots remain so that the next year the plants regrows from the roots. Annuals need to be replanted each year, but perennials obviously don't. Have fun!
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