Plants that germinate, grow, flower, set seed ...
Plants that live only one growing season, reproduce by seed, and die.
Plants that reproduce by seed and live for a single year.
Plants that complete their life history within a year.
a plant that completes its life cycle of seed germination, vegetative growth, flower set, and seed production in one growing season
Plants that complete their life cycles in one year or less.
DIAGRAM: Annual Growth Cycles PHOTOS
Vegetables or flowers that grow for only one season and need to be replanted from seed or plants each spring.
Plants that live less than 12 months.
plants that live only a single growing season, passing the unfavorable season as a seed or spore
plants which complete their full life cycle in one year.
Plants or flowers that last one season. As opposed to perennials. And weeds.
Plants which bloom, product seed and die during the same season
plants that lives for one year only
plants that grow, reproduce and die in the space of a single year
Plants that bloom, produce seed, and die during the same season.
Plants that live for one growing season.
are plants that complete their life cycles (seed germination to seed production), within a single season and die.
Plants that grow and reproduce sexually during one year. antagonistic musclesA pair of muscles that work to produce opposite effects&emdash;one contracts as the other relaxes: for example, the bicep and tricep muscles on opposite sides of your upper arm.
Plants that flower and complete thier life cycle in the same year that they are raised from a seed.
Feed before planting. Spread a slowâ€“ release fertilizer before turning soil.
plants which display germination and rapid growth in wet seasons, quickly flower and produce seeds, and then wither. The success of this life form lies in the seeds, which often lie dormant until the next wet season.
Plants whose life cycle lasts only one year, from seed to blooms to seed.