Plants require water and nutrients to live. Most plants also require light, temperature, space, time, healthy soil and clean air. Plants perform chemical and physical processes similar to other living organisms that allo... More »

Tall and short varieties of grass and some flowering perennials dominate grasslands, including the prairies of North America. Big bluestem grass, blue grama grass, buffalo grass and Indian grass are abundant. Flowering p... More »

Depending on the location of the desert, animals and plants native to deserts are camels, peccaries, bats, coyotes, lizards, snakes, woodpeckers, scorpions, different types of cacti, creosote bush, black sage and ocotill... More »

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 »

Some characteristics of pteridophyta plants include reproduction through spores, leaves that provide energy through photosynthesis, specialized stems called rhizomes, and vascular systems that transport water and nutrien... More »

Coffee contains caffeine, a stimulant widely consumed around the world, and while it provides plants with additional nutrients, it has negative consequences on growth and development. Using liquid or tablet forms is poss... More »

Plants produce food in their leaves through photosynthesis, a process that uses chlorophyll to synthesize sustenance through carbon dioxide, sunlight, water and mineral-related nutrients. Chemical energy from photosynthe... More »