Annuals and most vegetables have one distinct disadvanage: at the end of the season, they're gone, poof, and you have to start all over again next season or next year. That can be a real pity if you've grown fond of a specific cultivar; a tomato with an unusually delicious flavor, a lupine with a particularly beautiful color, or chard that's showy and tasty.  See full article.

  Annuals and most vegetables have one distinct disadvanage: at the end of the season, they're gone, poof, and you have to start all over again next season or next year. That can be a real pity if you've grown fond of a specific cultivar; a tomato with an unusually delicious flavor, a lupine with a particularly beautiful color, or chard that's showy and tasty.  See full article.