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Plants that grow tendrils include grape ivy, Virginia creeper and sweet peas. Grape ivy is not really an ivy but an evergreen vine that is native to South America. It does best in bright or moderate light but should be k... More »

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Plants that grow in the Amazon rain forest include cocoa trees, avocado trees, passionflowers, guava trees and sweet-potato vines. Some Amazonian plant species are epiphytes, such as orchids, mosses and ferns, that do no... More »

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Acorns, maple seeds and the seeds of legumes (a family of plants that includes beans, peas and lentils) are examples of dicot seeds. The common characteristic of these seeds is that they contain two seed leaves inside th... More »

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The specific requirements vary, but plants generally need water, nutrients and sunlight to grow. They also need air, appropriate temperatures, space and time to thrive. More »

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Some of the plants found in the Indian Ocean are species of mangrove trees in Madagascar's mangrove forests, India's coastal sea grass and West Australia's macroalgae. The Indian Ocean covers a variety of biologically di... More »

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It has been proven that coffee and coffee grounds make plants grow faster. However, no one is certain whether the growth has anything to do with caffeine or if the other ingredients found in coffee are responsible. More »

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One can grow plants in the dark because the dominant type of chlorophyll in plants only needs the purple wavelength of light to function. Therefore, using red and blue light, one can create purple light that the plants c... More »

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