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What 4 Things do all plants need?

Plants, like all living organisms, have basic needs: a source of nutrition (food), water, space in which to live, air, and optimal temperatures in order to grow and reproduce. For most plants, these needs are summarized as light, air, water, and nutrients (known by the acronym LAWN).

What questions you will ask your teacher about the benefits of plants?

What questions do you ask your teacher to know about the plants?

  • May I know the classification based on Plants.
  • May I know the classification based on Animals.
  • May I know the classification based on Planets.
  • May I know the classification based on Climatic Studies.
  • May I know the classification based on Geographical Condition.

Which parameter of light is not required by plants?

Which of the following parameter of light is NOT required by plants to grow? Explanation: Light affects the process of growth in the plant like photosynthesis and reproduction.

What is the best way to start a garden?

10 Top Gardening Tips for Beginners

  1. Site it right. Starting a garden is just like real estate it’s all about location.
  2. Follow the sun. Misjudging sunlight is a common pitfall when you’re first learning to garden.
  3. Stay close to water.
  4. Start with great soil.
  5. Consider containers.
  6. Choose the right plants.
  7. Discover your zone.
  8. Learn your frost dates.

How much soil depth do flowers need?

If there is not enough space to spread the flower plants’ roots in the ground, they may not grow as much as they need to build. So, keep in mind that you need at least six inches of depth in the soil to spread the roots of the flowers in your garden.

Should flower bed be higher than lawn?

The best way to make planting beds is to keep the soil at or below the original level. Beside the sidewalk it should be 3 inches below the level of the sidewalk so that mulch can be added. Being lower than the lawn grass also works better than being too high.

How deep should perennials be in soil?

Soil Depth

Plant Type Plant Height Minimum Soil Depth
Perennials <8” 4” (3” in warm climates)
Perennials 8”-16” 6”-8”
Perennials/ Ornamental Grasses/ Shrubs 16”-24” 12”-18”
Perennials/ Ornamental Grasses/ Shrubs 2′-6′ 24”

What is the difference between topsoil and compost?

Topsoil helps to improve the structure and texture of soil, enabling it to retain nutrients, moisture, air and drain excess water effectively. Compost injects vital nutrients and organic matter into your garden, providing the ideal environment for plants to get the best start in life.

Which topsoil is best suited for growing plants?


Can I plant flowers in topsoil?

Topsoil can be purchased and added to areas with poor soil, or created by incorporating compost and mulches into the existing soil. While topsoil can vary widely in composition and fertility, it is generally just fine to plant perennials in most soils called topsoil.