|Do you know where I can find a list of sorts distinguishing the two. would like to have a handy reference!
|Answer from NGA
March 15, 2010
|You can probably download lists of annuals and perennials from the internet. Annuals are usually easy to spot though. They are most often sold in little six or eight packs and used as bedding plants. Annuals grow, flower and die all in one growing season; perennials live for three or more years. Some perennials are herbacious and some have woody stems. Most perennials are sold in larger nursery pots than annuals. Hope this information is helpful.
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