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Plants That We Eat
The Parts of a Plant We Eat Fruits Flowers Seeds Stem Leaves Roots
What part of a tomato plant do we eat? We eat the fruit of the plant.
In the broccoli plant, we eat the flower of the plant.
Rice is the seed of this plant.
In a leek we eat the stem.
In a lettuce we eat leaves:
In a carrot we eat the root.
What do we eat in a melon?
What do we eat in a beet?
What do we eat in wheat?
What part of an asparagus do we eat?
Do we eat potatoes’ leaves?
What do we eat in cauliflower?
What part of a cabbage do we eat?
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Helping Plants Grow Well. You are going to learn What plants need to be healthy. How to identify a healthy plant. To design a healthy and an unhealthy.
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