What is the difference between a flowering and nonflowering plant?

Answer Answer Flowering plants are called angiosperms and non-flowering ones are gymnosperms.

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Characteristics of Flowering and Nonflowering Plants?

Modern plant taxonomy identifies 10 divisions within the plant kingdom. One of them -- the largest and most recently evolved -- includes the flowering plants. The remaining nine encompass myriad an... Read More »

How do i plant the flowering plant called heather?

Planting HeatherRemove rocks and weeds from the garden. Cover the area with one inch of aged manure or peat moss and mix it into the soil with a tiller or shovel. Dig a hole large enough to accommo... Read More »

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How to Find the Name of a Flowering Plant?

Flowering plants make up almost 90 percent of the plant kingdom, according to Wayne P. Armstrong, author of the Wayne's World On-Line Textbook of Natural History. The profusion of flora is why it c... Read More »