Horticulture expert Dr. Lelia Kelly defines the gardening terms “Perennial,” “Annual,” “Biennial”. A perennial is a plant that comes back form the root or the base every year. Like a tree it will live forever unless you kill it. A biennial completes its life cycle in two years like parsley. An annual is programmed to grow in one season, set seed and then die.
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