Also known as the morning glory
My morning glory has it's seed leaves so far. Morning Glorys can be blue, red, pink, purple and white and attract butterflies and humming birds. Many gardeners love them because they are easy and fast to grow and keep growing in poor, dry soils. The vines can reach up to fifteen feet in one growing season! They are called morning Glorys because they usually bloom in the morning and close at night. Blue is the most commen color for morning Glorys. Like most plants it requires water, soil and sunlight to grow.
This is my morning glory so far
The functions for the parts of the plant
Roots anchor down the plant, absorb water and store food and nutrients.
The stem supports the plant, carries water and moves chemicals around the plant.
True leaves are jagged leaves that when they sprout you are supposed to transplant.
Seed leaves are rounded leaves that come first.
Different petals attract different insects and pollinators have favorite flowers.
The stamen is center of the flower and helps move water and nutrients around the plant.
The stigma is at the top of the pistil and it provides a place for pollen to land.
This is a diagram of a flower
The life cycle of a plant
The seed is what you plant in the ground to start the plants life.
A young plant is when a plant starts to grow out of the ground.
A mature plant is when the plant is fully grown.
When your plant grows a flower it starts as a bud.
The flower grows on a plant before the the fruit. The fruit grows after the flower.
The stages of a plant
Birth is when the seed cracks open and the plant starts to grow.
Growth and development
Growth and development is when the plant is growing until it's fully grown.
Reproduction is when the seeds fall out of a fully grown plant and a new plant grows.
Death is when the plant is fully grown and then it dies.
What is Photosynthesis?
Photosynthesis is when Carbon dioxide go's into the plants leaves and the leaves put out oxygen.