Question of the week 02/23/2019
Q: Can you tell me the difference between perennial and annual, evergreen and deciduous?
A: To put it simply an annual lives for one growing season (spring and summer) and then dies. A perennial regrows year after year. An evergreen keeps its foliage throughout the year; a deciduous plant/tree will lose all its foliage in the fall.
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