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This is a selection of 5-9 leaf Sub Adult Clivia Plants. Always Strong and Hardy usually grown in house.

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All carnivorous plants are 2-3 inches tall, adult plants. Venus flytrap will have at least 3 traps, Pitcher plant will have at least 2 pitchers, and Spoon Sundew will have at least 6 leaves. Terrariums come in an assortment of bright colors. Growing to this size takes almost 3 years, so this is a best seller compared to kits that come with seeds.

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The adult plant is now mature and has the ability to reproduce through spores or flowers. After flowers are pollinated, they get bigger and turn into fruit with seeds inside. The fruit protects the seeds and after it ripens, the seeds can start the life cycle all over again.

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All carnivorous plants are 2-3 inches tall, adult plants. Venus flytrap will have at least 3 traps, Pitcher plant will have at least 2 pitchers, and Spoon Sundew will have at least 6 leaves. Terrariums come in an assortment of bright colors. Growing to this size takes almost 3 years, so this is a best seller compared to kits that come with seeds.

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This is a selection of 5-9 leaf Sub Adult Clivia Plants. Always Strong and Hardy usually grown in house.

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While we continue to watch our seedlings change every day and become adult plants, we also read a text today that helps students observe (second-hand) how plants change throughout their life cycle. Today’s text is a nonfiction book called Plant Secrets by Emily Goodman.

Plants are distinguished from other organisms by their life cycles, in which haploid male and female organisms develop from spores produced by meiosis in the adult diploid organisms and produce gametes by mitosis; fertilization results in a diploid embryo that undergoes its …

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