Category: Plants

Kingdom plantae

Balsam plant, also called Impatiens balsamina, spotted snapweed, touch-me-not, garden balsam, or rose balsam is a simple herbaceous flowering plant. Balsam plant leaves and seeds are the most useful parts of the plant. however, the plant leaves can be poisonous Read more…

What is Igneous Rock? Igneous rock ( also called magmatic rock) is one of the 3 main types of rocks and it is formed by the cooling and solidification of magma. Igneous rocks are characterized by a deposit of different Read more…

What is Soil Bacteria? Soil bacteria are of the plant classification and a subdivision of the soil microorganism. Bacteria are single-cell organisms that are more numerous in the soils and they are very important in various soil processes. Soil bacteria Read more…

What is Fenugreek? Fenugreek is an annual plant and herb that has been in use for millennia. Fenugreek belongs to the family Fabaceae and the scientific name is Trigonella foenum-graecum. Since ancient times, the fenugreek is grown and used both Read more…

Waterleaf, the scientific name Talinum fruticosum or Talinum triangulare is an herbaceous plant. It possibly originated from Central Africa or South America. Waterleaf belongs to Family – Portulacaceae, and it’s a perennial plant.   Waterleaf Cultivation Waterleaf is grown as Read more…

What is a Seed simple definition? A seed is a fertilized ovule (the unit of reproduction) containing an embryonic plant. Seeds develop from fertilized ovules that have undergone growth and development. The food required for the development of the ovule Read more…

What is a flowering plant? Flowering plants are plants with well-developed reproductive parts, and capable of producing flowers, fruits, and seeds. Flowering plants are also regarded as an angiosperm. The flowering plants show great variety and diversity of form. However, Read more…

Natural vegetative propagation can be defined as when plants grow and develop without human influence. Natural Vegetative propagation occurs by means of creeping stems, underground stems and shoots, adventitious buds, bulbils, and root tubers.   Methods of Natural Vegetative propagation Read more…

Transpiration can be defined as the loss of water by evaporation in terrestrial plants. The rate at which the water vapor is lost the plant stomata depends on a number of factors that are interrelated, and of equal importance.   Read more…

The growing of new plants from cut portions of the vegetative body of an older plant has been carried out by Man for several years. Because the propagation is influenced by man, it’s called artificial vegetative propagation The ability to Read more…