PLANT LIFE CYCLE LESSON
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Plants change as they grow, just like you do. Every living thing goes through a cycle of different stages as it grows and gets older. These stages make up what we call the life cycle. Every living thing goes through a cycle of four basic stages: a beginning, a growth period, reproduction, and death.
Plants that begin, grow, reproduce and die all in one year are called annuals. Most trees and shrubs are perennials. They live from one year to the next and continue to grow and reproduce. Some plants, such as carrots, are called biennials. This means that they produce leaves and food in one year, and the next year they reproduce and die.
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