Plant A Seed Plant A Flower

plant a seed plant a flower

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  • spermatophyte: plant that reproduces by means of seeds not spores

  • The spermatophytes (from the Greek word "????????????") (also known as phanerogams) comprise those plants that produce seeds. They are a subset of the embryophytes or land plants.

  • (Seed plants) these have well developed vascular tissue. roots anchor the plant to the ground and absorb water and minerals from the soil. Stem transports the same to the leaves. Leaves are the main sites of photosynthesis.

  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"

  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

plant a seed plant a flower - Seeds of

Seeds of Change S10659 Certified Organic Siskiyou Sweet Onion, 350 Seed Count

Seeds of Change S10659 Certified Organic Siskiyou Sweet Onion, 350 Seed Count

Siskiyou Sweet Onion Heirloom Hardy Biennial (100-110-day) A unique treasure brought to Walla Walla, WA from Corsica around 1900. Huge, 5-7-inch sweet Spanish onion with mild, white flesh. Long day type. Not for storing. Best results in northern latitudes and in areas that can overwinter onions. Very easy to grow. Planting Depth: 3/4-1-inch, Soil Temperature for Germination: 50-85-Degree F, day to Germination: 3-8 Avg. Spacing: 10-15 seeds/foot in rows 12-18-inch apart Avg. Seeding Rate: 4-6-pound./acre-day to Maturity: 100-110 Full Sun Water Often

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"Ice Plant" (Delosperma cooperi)

"Ice Plant" (Delosperma cooperi)

Ice Plants grow year round, with individual shoot segments growing more than three feet (1 m) per year (D’Antonio 1990b). Ice Plants can grow to at least 165 feet (50 m) in diameter. Flowering occurs almost year round, beginning in February in southern California and continuing through fall in northern California, with flowers present for at least a few months in any given population. Seed production is high, with hundreds of seeds produced in each fruit. The fruit is edible. In South Africa the Sour Fig's ripe fruit are gathered and either eaten fresh or made into a very tart jam.

spike plant flower - nicandra physaloides - nightshade

spike plant flower - nicandra physaloides - nightshade

i really dont know what kind of plant this is - it seeded itself. i usually let most stuff grow freely, so this is the outcome. =)

edit: hmm, seems like nicandra physaloides! a plant of the nightshade genus with hallucinative alkaloids and steroidal lactones.

plant a seed plant a flower

plant a seed plant a flower

Young Scientist Series - Set 10: Seeds, Fruits, and other Plant Parts (Kit 28) - Eggs (Kit 29) - Owls (Kit 30)

Study the cycle of life! Start this set as a botanist by studying plants and making a terrarium with the enclosed selection of seeds. Continue the cycle of life by experimenting with eggs and creating a brine shrimp habitat. Young Scientists will learn how to take care of their new "pets" to ensure survival of these creatures. Finish the set with the dissection of an owl pellet and assembly of a rodent skeleton with the bones found in the pellet. This set is a definite winner for young and old alike! 3-in-1 kit comes packed with kid-safe supplies for different experiments.

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