Difference Between Annuals and Perennials - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by 5jhack
February 26, 2001
What is the difference between annuals and perennials?

Answer from NGA
February 26, 2001
An annual grows from seed, blooms, sets seed, and dies all in one season. A perennial lives for three years or more and while it may bloom and set seed each year, it comes back from the roots. A biennial grows from seed the first year, winters over, then grows, blooms, sets seed, and dies the second year.

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