Why do some plants come back every year?

Answer The plants are either self-sowing (dropping seeds) or perennials

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Do annual plants come back every year?

Annual plants do not survive to come back another year if not allowed to self-seed. Annuals complete their life cycle in one year. The flowers, leaves and roots die at the end of the season. Only s... Read More »

Do Blue Poppy Plants Come Back Every Year?

The Himalayan blue poppy (Meconopsis betonicifolia) is coveted by gardeners for its true blue flowers and preference for shady sites. While it grows easily for some, it has a reputation as a challe... Read More »

Do rubber tree plants come back every year?

Yes, rubber tree plants are perennial; however, they are not cold hardy. They are considered easy-to-grow houseplants and adapt well to low light. The main problems a rubber tree plant may experien... Read More »

Do Gerber daisies come back every year?

Typically, the Gerber daisy is considered to be an annual flower, which means it doesn't come back every year. However, it is also considered to be a tender perennial, which means there is a possib... Read More »