Do Mums Grow Back Every Year?

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Yes, mums do grow back every year. Mums are perennials, which means they lose their flowers and stop growing during the winter. They will start growing again in the spring and produce flowers again.
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Yes, mums grow back every year. As perennials, mums are genetically programmed to lose their top growth to the frost, go to sleep for the winter, and wake up with the warm temperatures of the spring.
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