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Plants are living things.
Plants have roots, stems or trunks, branches, leaves, flowers, and fruit. Leaves Flower Roots Branches Trunk Fruit
Parts of most all plants are Leaves Flowers Fruits Stems Seeds and Roots
The R RR ROOTS help support the plant by absorbing water and nutrients needed for growth.
LEAVES can be simple or compound Simple Leaf
FLOWER A FLOWER is a part of a plant. Flowers can be diferent colours, sizes and shapes. They small different, too.
The Parts of a Flower
FRUIT The FRUIT of a plant carries and protects the seed.
Many things we call vegetables are really fruits such as tomatoes, cucumbers, and beans.
Plants need water, sunlight and air to live.
Plants growing in small spaces will have their roots crowded, and that results in smaller amounts of growth. Room to grow All plants need these things :
Light All plants need
Without water or with too much water, a plant dies. Water All plants need
Plants use carbon dioxide in the air and return oxygen. Air All plants need
Nutrients All plants need
Carries water and food through the plant. Stem Leaves Roots Flower Fruit Seed The stem carries water and food through the plant. A stem can be short or long.
Stem Leaves Roots Flower Fruit Seed The fruit of a plant carries and protects the seed. Carries and protects the seed.
Allows the plant to reproduce. The seed of a plant allows the plant to reproduce. Stem Leaves Roots Flower Fruit Seed
Helps the plant to produce seeds. Stem Leaves Roots Flower Fruit Seed Flower of the Orange Tree
Take up nutrients and water. Stem Leaves Roots Flower Fruit Seed
Trees, Shrubs and herbs are all plants.
Some tree give us fruit. They are fruit trees. These can be nuts like chestnuts or acorns or fresh fruits like apples or peaches Trees
ORANGE TREEAPPLE TREECHERRY TREE PLUM TREE PEACH TREE TYPES OF TREES: FRESH FRUIT
FIR TREECORK TREECHESTNUT TREE ALMOND TREE JUNIPER TYPES OF TREES : NUTS
They have a lot of stems, like heather. AZALEA ROSE Heather Blackberries Shrubs Rock Rose
HERBS: They have soft stems, like wheat
WHEAT RICE BARLEY HERBS
PLANTS PARTS RootsFruitStemsLeavesFlowers Petals Sepal Stamen Pistil CLASSES TreesShrubsHerbs NEED Light WaterAirNutrients
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