What is annuals?
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An annual plant is a plant that completes its life cycle, from germination to the production of seeds, within one growing season, and then dies.
annuals are plants that germinate, flower, set seed, and die all in one season. Their ultimate goal is to reproduce themselves (set seed), which is good news for gardeners because most annuals will flower like mad until their mission is accomplished.
Annual flowers are a great way to fill your garden with vibrant blooms and foliage color. They also make great additions to containers and window boxes and are generally easy to grow and long-lasting. Gardenia can help you determine which annual flowers are appropriate for your sunny or shady garden and soil conditions and also guide you in which annuals attract butterflies or hummingbirds but are ignored by hungry deers. Check out our list of annual flowers and browse our fabulous garden ideas. They will provide you with a wealth of inspiration and help you design a lovely garden that keeps blooming over and over.