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What plants come back every year that bloom?
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Are perennials the ones that come back every year?
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Do perennials come back every year?
Yes! Perennials are plants that live for at least three years and typically bloom for one season each year. Their counterparts are annuals, which have to be replanted yearly, and the lesser-known biennials, which take two years to complete their growth cycle. Although many perennials live a long time, they don't live forever, and some might die in as little as three or five years.