There are no flowers or trees on Antarctica. There are two tiny grasses that can grow on places on the Antarctic Peninsula. Elsewhere on the continent -- 98% of which is covered with an ice sheet -- there are no flora.
None. It's too cold for plants with foliage to grow on the continent. The Antarctic Peninsula does grow a few grasses, mosses and algae, but there are no trees or other botanical assets anywhere on the continent.
if trees were to grow under other trees , there would be a a mixture in the roots of the trees ,which will make it impossible for the trees to grow properly....i think that is why trees tend not to grow under other trees...
There are no trees in Antarctica. It's too cold; about ninety-eight percent of the continent is covered by ice; the exposed area of the continent borders the Southern Ocean, which is salty when it is not frozen. There is no liquid water on Antarctica to nourish trees.