Nonvascular plant are basically the opposite of vascular plants. Unlike vascular plants, Nonvascular plants do NOT have true roots, stems, and leaves. The nonvascular plants do NOT have a Xylem and Phloem. These plants are found in moist environments. Examples of nonvascular plants include moss and hornworts
Major differences between vascular and nonvascular plants:
The major differences between the two plant types is that vascular plants have leaves, stems, and roots, while nonvascular plants don't. Also, vascular plants have a Xylem and a Phloem while nonvascular plants do not. Lastly, vascular plants can grow to be very tall, while nonvascular plants must grow near the ground.
How do Vascular plants reproduce without seeds?