1 – Doll’s Eyes (Actaea Pachypoda)
2 – Water Hemlock (Cicuta)
3 – Wolf’s Bane (Monkshood)
4 – Rosary Pea (Abrus Precatorius)
5 – Atropa Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade)
6 – Castor Plant (Ricinus)
7 – Oleander
8 – Stinging Brush (Dendrocnide Moroides)
9 – White Snakeroot (Ageratina Altissima)
10 – Manchineel Tree
There are thought to be between 250,000 and 315,000 species of plants in the kingdom Plantae. The kingdom encompasses ferns, conifers, trees, mosses, flowering plants with seeds, green algae and all other plants that derive energy through carbon from photosynthesis.
Algae is the longest living plant on Earth.
Seeds – Germination – Stems and Roots – Leaves – Flowers – Pollination
The plant life cycle begins with a seed. The seed will sprout and produce a tiny, immature plant called a seedling. The seedling will grow to adulthood and form a mature plant. The mature plant will reproduce by forming new seeds which will begin the next life cycle.