What would happen to the plants if the sun died?
In about 4 billion years from now, the sun will have turned all its hydrogen fuel into helium. As helium turns into other heavier elements, the sun will swell up and totally engulf Mercury first, then Venus, and probably the Earth. Of course, as the sun swelled, the seas would have boiled and the rocks melted, so I don't think there's much chance for the plants. Assuming the unlikely event that humankind has not destroyed itself, we had better be living somewhere else in 3 billion years Phil
There would be no orbit, and our biggest problem wouldn't be all the plants dying because there is enough oxygen to survive for a while. Unfourtuneatly, another ice age would happen and we would all die from lack of heat. Actually, there would be no sun so there would be no light or heat. Only coldness and darkness. Plants would die from no sunlight and every human being would die from no heat.
The sun is most common form of energy we have. Without the sun, we would not have water because condensation could not happen. Plants would not grow and make food for us because every single food on earth is made by plants (even meat because without plants, animals would not live) it also gives us essential vitamins like vitamin D.
Then we could only eat plants and it would not be healthy for our bodies and to elaborate on that, we would not get enough protein for our bodies and we would be plants. And we might even be vegetibles that would get our energy from the sun and not be able to move, or we would be vegitables that got our energy from the sun like superman and we wold fly... ya,um... got any…
it depends what type of plant it is. If it is a flower and it is in the sun it would probably die. but if you keep the flower in shade and give it a tiny bit on sun AND lots of water it will be ok. Obviosly a cactus will be fine in the sun! Any other plants usualy CAN survive in summer but give them lots of shade still a bit of sun…
Provides light, heat, energy, ect. The sun also is a necessity in the process of photosynthesis, allowing the plants to thrive. If there were no sun there would be no plants, without any plants for the herbivores to consume, there is no herbivores. It would cause a chain reaction in our ecosystem. Not to mention the fact we would be already frozen to death without the sun.