Can house plants grow with sea water?
No. The salt in the water causes cellular damage which kills them.
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Answer Sea Water is salty and might not be useful for watering house plants because salt will ruin the plant by osmosis due to water potential differences. So, better to use …sweet water. Plants that grow in salt water are different. So, salt water plants and sweet water plants are different.
If you get the soil right and don't water the plant too much or too little, most ivies, spider plants and others you find at the supermarket will do fine. The very easiest is …a good quality silk plant...
Pothos is the fastest growing houseplant.
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This is a broad topic. I'd suggest starting with common house plants such as the African violet or Peace lily. They're easy and not fussy. You need to consider the following… factors when growing house plants: . Light . Soil . Watering . Fertilizing These factors are often specific to certain plants, so you should check the details for the specific plant. Often plants come with a label that has care instructions.
yes that would be seaweed and the like
It is Coral and the green long plants are seaweed.
The reason why this is, is mainly because ocean water is filled with salt that has dissolved into it and salt kills most plants.
Seaweed is a kind of plant called alga that lives in salty water. Algae can be red, brown, green, or blue, but they still contain chlorophyll for making food from sunlight. So…me seaweeds fasten themselves on to rocks. Others have bubbles of air in their leaves so they can float.
Water lilies and cattails grow in water.
You can grow many of the vining plants in water by taking cuttings off of a mature plant. Here are some types: . Creeping charlie . Coleus . Pothos (philodendron) . Wa…ndering Jew . Ivy types
They grow at depths that allow them enough light to photosynthesize. They use sunlight and dissolved carbon dioxide and release oxygen the way land plants do, using this same …process. To grow, develop, and propagate, they use the other nutrients and chemicals made available by currents and the detritus that continuously falls all over the ocean floors.
Yes, many plants can break through the foundation. Bamboo especially spreads quickly and can break through concrete.
Nothing really just the water and sun that shines over the water hope I helped
A seed floating releases gases of CO2 (carbon dioxide) which slowly allows the seed to lose its buoyancy and thus sink beneath the waves, and, providing it isn't eaten, it wil…l take root and grow when it reaches the bottom.
20-30m UnderWater Im Pretty Sure The Limit Is. 'I Think'
The two main requirements for any growing plant are to provide light and water. If plants are deprived of light they grow very long and spindly in their urge to seek light. So…, if you are planning to grow them in dark conditions, it is essential to provide lighting for them.