Are Tomatoes an Annual Plant?

Tomato plants are considered annuals. This is because they live for only one season before dying off. Tomatoes are generally planted in the spring, reach maturity in the summer and die in the fall.

Keywords: annual plants, tomato vines, growing vegetables

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