Yes, beans and corn are examples of annual plants. This means that in order to grow a crop of these types of vegetables new seeds must be planted every year.
1. rice 2. wheat 3. corn 4. potatoes 5. Coffee Beans
Some common types of plants and trees found in Indiana include: the maple tree, the oak tree, the hickorie tree, the sycamore, the yellow poplar, the dogwood, the tulip tree, and the fern
they eat corn beans squash and get ready for it buffalo eyes and their heart
cells, beans, food
No non of those plants are trees.
No, corn plants do not need supports that are commonly found on plants like beans or tomatoes. Corn plants have a sturdy stalk and tend to do well when separated from neighboring plants by at least one foot.
It was multiple plants : tomatoes, beans, maize(corn), and potatoes.
No, they are the fruit/seed that grows after the bloom has died.
Cotton, corn, barley, rice, beans, cassava, potatoes and wheat.
corn, beans, and squash (APEX)
No. Corn is a grass and grain, not a legume which include beans.
You mean edible plants? Some of them include corn (maize), beans, tomatoes, avocados and several varieties of squash.
The Iroquois would use plants to..... build houses( longhouses &wigwams), eat plants (for food), to clothes out of grass/and other plants, and ect.! Hope I helped you a little bit! :)
corn, beans, squash, and sunflowers, as well as cotton and tobacco.
Corn, beans, squash, sunflowers and domestic turkey
corn, beans and squash