Annuals and Perennials. As far as gardens are concerned, these are the two basic kinds of flowering plants. Annuals go through their whole life cycle in one growing season: sprouting from a seed, growing leaves, and roots, producing flowers, creating seeds, and then dying. They are popular with gardeners because, with reasonable care, they bloom their heads off all season.
Dec 14, 2019 - Growing flowering plants is an art. The activity and craft of growing plants, with a goal of creating a wonderful and beautiful world around. No matter what your level of experience, you can have blooming beauty in your life. But for your flowering plants to do best, it helps to understand a few basics about how flowering plants work and what they need.
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