annual plant

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annual plant

[′an·yə·wəl ′plant]
(botany)
A plant that completes its growth in one growing season and therefore must be planted annually.

annual plant

annual rings
A plant whose life cycle is completed in a single growing season.
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Linnaeus has calculated that if an annual plant produced only two seeds--and there is no plant so unproductive as this--and their seedlings next year produced two, and so on, then in twenty years there would be a million plants.
Tenders are invited for Providing And Planting Of Summer Flowering Annual Plants For Flower Beds in connection with Maintanance of Horticulture Works At Central Vista Rajpath India Gate New Delhi Dg 2015 16
Spring flourished this year due to heavy rains that provided a fertile environment for several annual plants, farms and gardens for the migration of butterflies.
QI BOUGHT a punnet of cosmos annual plants two years ago.
My seed plants will not give me flowers 6 I bought a punnet of cosmos annual plants two years ago.
Brand new assortments of annual plants, and combination assortments take the guess work out of patio container growing," explains Ambrose.
What annual plants can I use in a window box that is located in the shade - with less than four hours of direct sun per day?
Even in countries with huge forest resources, there is an increased demand and competition for agriculture residues (by-products of agriculture or industry that are usually thrown away or burned) and annual plants by the paper industry and the rapidly growing composites industry.
I have been busy clearing my own garden, as well as other people's, as the harsh frost will have stopped play for a lot of annual plants now.
They put annual plants in them in the spring/ summer and autumn/winter.
Some operations that grow strawberries as annual plants use black plastic mulch.
Tagetes are scented leaved marigolds, annual plants originating from South America, needing a little more warmth to start them off.

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