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1. A term applied to plants which normally complete their life cycle in two years.<br><br>
 
1. A term applied to plants which normally complete their life cycle in two years.<br><br>
http://www.intrinsicperennialgardens.com/Annuals_Biennials_Tender_perennials/images/BIENNIAL%20Angelica%20gigas.jpg<br>This is a biennial plant called Angelica.<br><br>  
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This is a biennial plant called Angelica.<br>  
 
Source: http://www.intrinsicperennialgardens.com/Annuals_Biennials_Tender_perennials/annuals.htm<br>
 
Source: http://www.intrinsicperennialgardens.com/Annuals_Biennials_Tender_perennials/annuals.htm<br>
 
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1. A term applied to plants which normally complete their life cycle in two years.

BIENNIAL%20Angelica%20gigas.jpg

This is a biennial plant called Angelica.
Source: http://www.intrinsicperennialgardens.com/Annuals_Biennials_Tender_perennials/annuals.htm