orchids grow in the rain forest for sure. Most of the plants in your gardon probably live there, because half of the worlds plants grow in the rain forest.
No theydo not. Plants in the Rainforest can grow on trees.
Lianas start off by growing on the rainforest floor, and they grow up other plants to reach the rainforest canopy.
the plant kind
Trees, moss, vines
because when you a the air make it grow
No, they are not found in the rainforest, and they are not tropical plants. They are from North Carolina where they grow in the wild.
In the rainforest since there is a lot of rain, the more rain the more plants will grow. Deserts don't have many plants because of the lack of rain.
vines, shrubs, and small trees.
Many forms of fungi...
I think it's in the Amazon Rainforest..
they grow quickly because of the need for sunlight, that is why there are so many tall trees in the rainforest because they all want to reach the sun, the plants and trees are specially adapted to livng in the rainforest, and thy have butress roots to support them hile they grow.
Rainforest destruction pretty much says it all, doesn't it?
the sun affects the rainforest by helping all the plants grow and making the animals eat and live.
very little sunlight makes it to the rainforest floor
Plants in the rain forest must have some adaptations. Most in the rainforest have the ability to grow in shade and be able to grow with large amounts of rainfall.
It's hard for the plants to grow on the floor of the rain forest because of the canopy that is above them. It blocks a good majority of the sunlight the plants on the floor need, making it difficult to grow.
they can adapt to different surroundings.
The understory of the rainforest is hot, humid, and the wind is almost non-existent. Mainly shrubs, baby trees, woody plants, and palms grow there.
Very little grows on the rainforest floor. Mushrooms and other fungi grow at this level, and mosses can also be found on the rainforest floor.
Some of the plants growing in the Amazon rainforest are the avocado, wild nutmeg, purple cecropia, water-vine, and kapok. Additional plants grown there are the Brazil nut, red-passion flower, willows, and papaya. There are over 80,000 species of plants found in the Amazon rainforest.
the plants living in the rainforest get their nutrients from the rainforest soil.