I’m starting to develop a bit of a green thumb and I’m learning the difference between Annuals and Perennials. An annual describes a plant that flowers, produces seed, and dies in one growing season or year. They tend to bloom from spring until autumn frost and most must be replanted yearly. Perennials describes a plant that lasts for more than two growing seasons or 2 years, either dying back after each season, as some do or growing continuously, as some bushes do. Many small flowering plants that grow and bloom over the spring and summer, die back every autumn and winter, and then return in the spring from their rootstock.
Until next time, Be-you-tiful and let your current fragrance arise! -- Nikki