Growing annuals - Knowledgebase Question

Brandon, Fl
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Question by PeacefulHave
May 21, 2009
Does annuals mean you need to plant them annually or that they only flower once a year?

Answer from NGA
May 21, 2009
Annual flowers grow, flower, set seeds and die in one growing season. If you keep the faded flowers trimmed off of an annual it will bloom for a longer period of time. There are cool season annuals and warm season annuals. Cool season annuals will die off when the weather gets too warm; warm season annuals will grow and bloom as long as the weather is warm and you keep the dead flowers trimmed off. Hope this answers your question!

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