Why do moss plants need to grow in damp places?

Answer Moss and certain other families of plants such as ferns (pteridophytes) are very old in evolutionary terms, and need moist environments both to survive and to reproduce. More 'recent' or 'modern' ... Read More »

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Do orange trees grow in damp places?

Orange trees prefer well-drained, loamy soils and subtropical conditions. It can grow in less than ideal situations such as poorly drained sites, but the conditions will affect tree growth as well ... Read More »

Do plants grow better in cold or hot places?

because some plants can grow in place that may be a little old and alittle hot and a little water and alot of rain it all depends in the plant .

Need plants that do well in a heavily shaded slightly damp yard?

Aside from those that have already been mentioned: Sedum, Virginia creeper, Boston fern, vinca minor. Don't whine about the neighbor's pool. Why don't you put in a pool of your own with koi, lill... Read More »

Do plants need to be by cold places or warm places?

Plants grow a lot better in warm places because this is one of the things that they need to grow. Photosynthesis takes a better effect in warm places so this helps the plants grow.