Nutmeg goes on trees. Check this out for more, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutmeg
Mango trees reproduce by the seeds in the mangoes.
Oak trees reproduce sexually.
No, oak trees reproduce with acorns.
elm trees reproduce when a male likes a female
They are from different trees
Spruce trees are conifers so they reproduce from seeds expelled from the cones.
Rubber trees don't reproduce. This is a stupid question. Everyone knows that rubber trees are made by beavers.
There are no trees that need fire in order to reproduce. Trees need carbon dioxide and sunlight in order to reproduce.
they reproduce by seed droppings and photosynthesis and they
They reproduce from cones on the back of the leaves.
No, trees reproduce in different ways. Some have flowers and others have cones.
All Trees need to drop seeds because it needs to reproduce, if I couldn't reproduce then there wouldn't be one of those trees in the first place.
Yes they do.
Yes they do.
Blooms are flowers--which create seeds. This is how trees reproduce.
pine trees, Jack Pine
They reproduce the same way other trees do. They have seeds.
Bananas grow on trees, which "reproduce" through germination.
Fir trees reproduce from seed found in the cones.
Nutmeg was not made by anyone, it grows naturally. Nutmeg is several species of trees in genus Myristica. The most important commercial species is Myristica fragrans, an evergreen tree indigenous to the Banda Islands in the Moluccas of Indonesia, or Spice Islands. The nutmeg tree is important for two spices derived from the fruit, nutmeg and mace.
all plants can reproduce asexually though most reproduce sexually as well.
They meet other Buckeye trees... Long walks on the beech. lol.Trees reproduce with seeds.... wind and some water.... good soil helps too. :)
The trees get pollinated, then seeds for in the form of acorns.
i dont think it can reproduce by itself but people can plant more