Zinnias are usually annuals but grown as perennials prized for their colorful blooms these plants are also enjoyed because they have the ability to thrive in hot and dry sites. You can't eat this plant.
It is when the sun reflects off the plant and when carbon dioxide goes into the leaf and makes food for the plants. The plant gives off oxygen for people to breath.
Birth of zinnia
The zinnia is sprouting
Growth and development of zinnia
The plant continues to grow. The butterfly is moving the polen from the stamen to the pistil.
Reproduction of zinnia
The other flower is making an other one of itself it is making a clone
Death of zinnia
The petles are shriveling up the plant is getting weaker.
Parts of a plant
- Roots is the part of the plant that grows out of the seed first. As the baby plant grows, the outer side of the seed becomes soft and roots emerge from the seed. It takes up water and minerals from the ground to be used by the plant.
- The stem grows out of the seed. The stem is the backbone of the plant.it provides support to the plant.
- The first two leaves are seed leaves they make food for the plant.
- The other leaves are true leaves they make food for the plant.
- Petals attract bees because the petals are colorful.
- Stamen is the male part of the flower. It contains the pollen.
- Pistil is the female part of the flower. For the plant to make seeds, the pollen must travel to the male to the female part.
It is the stages of the plant and how it grows.