My answer would have to be a cactus. Probably a saguro.
Earth is not a "plant", it is a "planet" - a rocky planet.
The Earth is a planet, but not a plant. But it has plants on it. In the earth.
Sunlight gives energy to plants. Every living thing on Earth needs energy to reproduce. So there's your answer.
A plant needs sunlight to grow!
Yes, a plant needs water and sunlight to photosynthesise and therefore grow
Because this plant needs a lot of sunlight than dark. when the plant needs to much of the light it is called tropicalnic satulanic plant
A seed needs the right temperature and moisture. A plant needs moisture, the right temperature, and sunlight.
A plant.But the sugars contain the (sunlight) energy the plant needs, they are not used to make energy.
every plant that has chlorophyll and is an autotroph needs sunlight for photosynthesis
The plant needs water, sunlight, and dirt or soil.
because a sun plant needs more sunlight
No. It has green leaves and therefore needs sunlight for photosynthesis.
Planet Earth needs to be spelt with a capital E because it is a place.Planet Earth is the home of the human race.When referring to earth as in soil, the E is not capitalised because it is a thing.I need more fresh earth to plant these flowers in.
water sunlight and soil and nutrients.
Sunlight kickstarts photosynthesis, which is the plants way of making food. One needs food to survive, so in other words, no sunlight, no food, no life, no plant. A plant definatly needs sunlight to survive, so the less sunlight one plant has, the less healthy it will be until finally it dies off.
One of the things that a plant needs for photosynthesis to occur is sunlight. It also needs CO2, and H2O.
No. I am sure that a plant needs the energy from the sun for photosynthesis.
cholorophyll and sunlight
the plants need water, warmth, sunlight, and minerals.
it needs water, and sunlight