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All About Plants

Biology4Kids.com: Plants

If you're not a microbe and you're not an animal, you are probably a plant. There are about 300 thousand known species of plants. Because plants adapt so well to almost any climate, scientists needed a way to organize the hundreds of thousands of species.

In Plant Life Cycle, an animated science movie for Kindergarten to 3rd graders, see how plants grow and germinate from seeds to seedlings and adult plants.

Plants for Kids - Free Games, Fun Experiments, Activities, Science Online

Learn about the fascinating world of plants for kids with our range of fun experiments, free games, science fair projects, interesting quizzes, amazing facts, cool videos and more! Learn about trees, flowers, seeds, fruit and all kinds of interesting plant topics.

Plant Interactives for Kids!

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Biology for Kids

Kids learn about plants in the science of biology including the cell, what makes a plant, types of plants, fun facts, and the basic structure.

Top 20 Most Interesting Plants of the World

I had some success with my 10 most interesting animals hub, and so I decided I should do plants too. After all, plants have a reputation for being motionless and boring. These 20 plants challenge the mundane stereotype that plagues their kingdom. (Okay, technically some are fungi, so I cheated a little.)

15 Rare, Exotic & Amazing Plant Species - WebEcoist

Plants that eat rats, slimy alien-looking fungi, leaves that dance all by themselves and flowers that smell like the rotting corpse of a horse: all of these wonders of nature are among the most rare, exotic and unusual plant species in the world.

Learn About Plants - Photosynthesis

A good amount of sunlight is what it takes for a plants leaves to process it's own 'food'. Watch this module to know what role sunlight plays in a plant's life.

The Telegraph Plant

Codariocalyx motorius - formerly Desmodium gyrans. These guys constantly move their leaves searching for the best light. It's quick enough to watch directly but this was shot with an interval of two seconds on the D3100. The seeds were from http://www.jungleseeds.co.uk