Fruit or nuts are what are usually gotten from a tree. A nut may be the fruit of the tree or the seed. The part of a plant that carries the seed is called a fruit. Vegetables are the stems, flowers, roots, tubers, bulbs, or leaves of the plant. Usually the trees don't give us these parts as something to eat. Another name for the stems and leaves is "herb" (pronounced "erb"). We usually call herbs vegetables if we eat them in quantity, such as in a salad or cooked like spinach or broccoli. We tend to call them herbs when we use them in smaller quantities to flavor the food--like basil, oregano, etc., or to steep in water to drink as tea or use as medicine.
It splits off as the tree is growing. The bark is thin and can't withstand the growth of the tree, so it comes off.
All plants photosynthesis. The fruits and vegetables we eat were once part of a plant. Those plants photosynthesized, however when the fruit drops off the tree or a vegetable is pulled out of the ground, it no longer photosynthesizes (but the remaining plant, if any, continues to photosynthesize).
Crab apple tree leaves.
Mistletoe is actually a parasitic plant that attaches itself to a tree (any type of tree) and lives off of it.
Bananas grow off of a banana tree.
Anything that has juice in it or any vegetables, herbs are good too, but fish just piss him off, and cooked vegetables are good too.
Not living because its not part of the tree anymore DUHH!
Yes. It's only part of a tree .
The beetroot, the part we eat and use, is actually the root of a plant. that's why it's called a beetroot. Sometimes, you can see the upper portion of the plant, but it's usually cut off. Ginger, potatoes, and radishes are other root vegetables.
When the leaves turn yellow during the summer and drop off. This will usually begin on one part of the tree and the next year another part will do the same thing, until the whole tree is dead.
Yes, they do eat Oak tree, but only the leaves of the oak tree. Caterpillars eat leaves therefore they must eat leaves off the oak tree. :)
Drive into a tree it should come off
they have to fall off to produce fruit or vegetables. but they must be pollinated to actually do anything.
A TANGELO COMES FROM A SEED THAT YOU GROW AND KEEP IN A HEALTHY HABITAT IT GROWS ON A TREE AND WHEN IT IS READY YOU TAKE IT OFF THE TREE AND ENJOY WITH YOUR FAMILY OR FRIENDS.
It means a part off the main trunk. For example, the limbs of a tree or the limbs of an animal.
The back legs.
narra/ ever green tree leaves do not fall off the tree all togather.
I would break one off and let him hold it, feel it, play with it. Then, I would take him to a tree and show him that it was the same thing on the tree. That the stick was just a little part of a tree that he was holding.
They can fall off their tree or plant and an animal will eat the date and the seeds will come out of their behind.
Pine cones are living as a plant is living while it is on the tree. Of course, when it falls off, it "dies". It is part of the tree.
The hickory nuts are not falling off my tree.
The oak tree become dormant during the winter months. The change consist of the tree leaves changing color, falling off the tree, and then the tree seeming to be dead until spring. During the spring months the tree seems to come back to life with regrowth of the leaves.
Pineapples are good fruits. But the aren't grown on trees the are grown on shrubs. Weird Hugh?
no it doesnt HAVE to be on but anyways it takes 6 hours with it on or off.
well apples can come from many places but they would mostly be taken off of an apple tree and get washed, then end up in a grocery store or market