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Annual flowers are plants that complete their life cycle—seed to flower to seed—in just one growing season. Unlike perennial flowers that come back year after year, annuals need to be replanted each spring. They offer a burst of color and beauty to gardens, parks, and landscapes during their short lifespan. Popular annuals include marigolds, petunias, and zinnias. Because they only last for one season, annuals give gardeners the chance to try out new varieties and change up their garden's look every year.

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Perennials are plants that live for more than two years, unlike annuals that last only one growing season. Once planted, perennials return year after year, growing and blooming each spring and summer. They offer a stable and enduring presence in gardens, parks, and landscapes. Popular perennial flowers include roses, daylilies, and peonies. Because they come back reliably, perennials are a great investment for gardeners looking to create long-lasting, low-maintenance landscapes. With proper care, they can bring beauty and joy to outdoor spaces for many years to come.


Veggies & Herbs

Planting vegetables and herbs is like creating your own mini jungle of deliciousness! Just grab some pots, soil, seeds, and get ready to play in the dirt. Dig little holes, drop in your seeds, cover them up, and give them a nice drink of water. Put your pots in a sunny spot, and watch your plants grow! You'll be amazed at how fast they sprout up. Plus, there's nothing like picking fresh tomatoes or snipping fragrant basil right from your own garden to add flavor to your meals. So, roll up your sleeves, get your hands dirty, and enjoy the tasty rewards of your green thumb efforts!

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Trees & Shrubs

Planting trees and shrubs is like adding a touch of magic to your backyard or neighborhood! All you need are some young trees or shrubs, a shovel, and a bit of enthusiasm. Dig a hole, pop in your plant, cover the roots with soil, and give it a good soak. Make sure to pick a sunny or shady spot depending on what your new green friend likes best. As your tree or shrub grows, it'll provide shade, attract birds, and make the air cleaner. Plus, it's a gift to the planet since trees help absorb carbon dioxide. So, grab your gardening gloves, plant a tree or two, and watch your little piece of the world transform into a leafy paradise!

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