Do you know the difference between annual plants and perennial plants? Annual plants bloom for the duration of the growing season, but must be replanted every year. There is an extensive variety of annuals to choose from including petunias and marigolds, providing a unique array of colors and textures for your garden space. Perennials will live for several growing seasons, providing a more permanent gardening solution, but blooms will only last between two to four weeks in a given year. There is also a wide array of perennial options, ranging from Hostas and ferns to irises and peonies. For a great description on the difference between annuals and perennials, see this article at the Growing a Greener World blog.’
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