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Plants and Flowers By: Guy Wilcox
I like to thank my friend, Sean Ruckman, Mrs. Garrett, and my mom and my dad. Dedication Page
This book is about cone bearing plants, plant cells, how flowers are sold, and how some have to adapt to their environment.
The life cycle of a cone-bearing plant begins with a seed and starts again when the adult plant makes new seeds. The way the seeds are moved is by the wind. Sometimes they can be moved by animals, like dogs or cats.
Did you know that plant cells are different from animal cells? Plant cells have a cell wall and chloroplasts, Although both types of cells have many of the same parts, they look different. But remember, a plant cell has two things that the animal cell doesnt have: a cell wall and chloroplasts.
The way plants are sold is by the way they are reproduce. Some flowers are sold by different colors, sizes, and type. Others are sold by the place they came from.
The plant that you see is a outdoor plant. These plants can grow up to 30 feet tall. The plant that is shown above is a Chicago Royale Daylily. It needs a lot of sunlight. This plant has three colors: purple, yellow, and green.
Plants have to adapt to survive in different environments. Some plants can also live in cold, while others can survive in hot places. Most plants come out during the spring.
Conclusion Plants and flowers are an important part of any ecosystem. They help by giving off oxygen. They provide food for animals, like berries and honeysuckle. They can also provide habitats for small creatures.
Acknowledgements I would like to think my 5 th grade teacher, Mrs. Garrett. She put up with me the whole year.