In this video, you will learn all about the differences between annuals and perennials. These two terms refer to plants and how their life cycle. Annual plants will grow from the seed, eventually flower, and then die. The only way to continue this cycle is to collect the seeds the mature plant dropped while it was alive and plant them after it has died.
Perennials on the other hand will not die. It will produce seeds so that you can continue planting them, but the original plant will flower each year.
This video will break down the two types of life cycles for you and go in-depth about how they work. It will explain the different features that annuals and perennials have, such as what kind of blooms from each one you can expect, and growing habits. With this information, you can make an informed decision about which type of plant will better suit your needs.