The Q&A Archives: Perennials Vs. Annuals

Question: What are perennials?

Answer: Annuals must be planted anew from seed each year. They grow, bloom, set seed and die in one season. Perennials grow for three or more years. Biennials will grow for one season, then bloom, set seed and die the second year.

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