Can a plant grow in an Cup of water?
yes a plant can grow in a cup of water unless you put some tissue in the cup to squeeze the seed in to having more water which provides them more nutrition
First take a cup of room temperature water then take a teaspoon of sugar and pour it in the water. Stir it all together, put the plant in the water, then let it sit for about an hour. Come back, remove the plant, and stir it once more. Place the plant in the soil with a regular cup to hold it in place. Remember to keep the plant in the sugar water. In a while…
All you need to grow an annual plant (like most of the beans we eat) is a medium (usually soil), water, drainage, warmth and light. The easiest way to grow a bean plant for a science project is to take a paper or styrofoam cup, cut a small (dime-sized) hole in the bottom, fill the cup with potting soil, poke the bean seed into the soil about three times as deep as the seed is…
you water the roots rather than leaves and other organs because when u water the roots it makes the plant grow but if you water the leaves the plant wont grow. you water the roots rather than leaves and other organs because when u water the roots it makes the plant grow but if you water the leaves the plant wont grow.
how to plant appleseeds get dirt and put the seeds into it. get alot of water and po Well, you can plant them, but to make them grow, the seeds need to "think" they've been through a winter. So plant them in your cup and then put it in the back of the fridge for a couple months. Then give it normal temperatures. Maybe it will sprout.
What plants need is the nutrients that are naturally in soil. Actually, they can grow better in water, but the water must be filtered/cleaned and must have the nutrients put into it at the optimal level(s) for the plant to grow healthy and correctly. But, if and when these procedures are meet, the plant will grow better in the water.