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March 29, 2024

Not all vegetables are annuals. Here are some that come back year after year

Associated Press

Most vegetables grown in home gardens are annuals. They wither and die at the end of the season and need to be replanted every year to reap more crops.

But if you're short on time or money, don't want to be bothered with yearly planting or want to try something new, I've got just the plants for you: perennial vegetables.

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