ferns, berries, poison ivy's, apple trees, and more
Ferns and trees are both classified as plants.
How many ferns (that is a plural!) between the trees?If there are equal numbers of ferns in between each pair of trees: Five times as many ferns as between one pair.
Ferns , small trees, and large trees
Trees are generally flowering plants - either monocots or dicots. Ferns are Pteridophytes and make spores, not seeds.
trees and ferns are alike because there both green in some way and makes their own food using photosynthesis. they are both vascular and that means that they have vessels and both have plant cells.
Tree Ferns are Pterophyta, that is a vascular seedless plant. Palm trees are Angiosperms, that is a flowering plant.
Trees are vascular and ferns not
they both have built in lava.
The word conifer literally means, cone bearing. It refers to trees such as pine trees, which produce pine cones. Such trees are vastly larger than ferns, which are little plants that grow to something like 2 or 3 feet in height at the most. Ferns are also a more primitive form of plant. Trees have trunks made of wood, ferns do not have woody stems. Trees reproduce by means of seeds, ferns reproduce by means of spores (which are like seeds only smaller).
The apple trees are in the Pawvillon.
ferns certain palm trees and a few other trees
Apple trees grow in temperate climates.
The duration of Apple Trees is 1.87 hours.
Apples grow on apple trees.
Crab apple trees are used as pollinators for many other types of apple trees
An apple seed is a seed belonging to any of the trees of the genus Malus, the apple trees.
Ferns, flowers, berry trees, weeds and oak trees
Spores from adult fern plants get carried in the in the wind and grow on trees.
You can find apple trees in a park and in a flower shop.
No. You will get a peachy tasting apple.
Apple Trees was created on 1992-07-09.
Here are a list of prehistoric plant groups that lived during the Mesozoic: TRIASSIC Cycadeoids Cycads Ferns Tree ferns Conifers JURASSIC Cycadeoids Cycads Ferns Tree Ferns Conifers Gingkoes CRETACEOUS Cycadeoids (died out somewhat before the end of the Cretaceous) Cycads Ferns Tree Ferns Conifers Gingko Palm Trees Grasses (at the edge of water) Magnolids (a group of trees whose surviving members include magnolias, laurels, and avocado trees)