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Soulful Plotting

January 7, 2011

Annual: 

Plants that complete their life cycle in one growing season.

Biennial: 

Plants that live for two years, producing flowers and/or fruit in their second year from seed.

Perennial: 

Plants that live for more than one growing season, three years or more under normal conditions.

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One comment

  1. Thank you Dianne, I always have trouble with these terms. Now I know the the difference when looking for certain types. bernadine

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