Kingdom Plantae By Calvin carpenter


Organisms in kingdom Plantae: multicellular, eukaryotic, autotrophic.

It's common name is stinkmoss.

It's scientific name is Splachnum ampullaceum.

Stinkmoss lives in the forest, on fallen logs, rivers,etc.

Stinkmoss reproduces asexually.

Stinkmoss is an autotroph.

Fun Fact: Stinkmoss is fuzzy!

It's common name is Prickly Pear.

It's scientific name is Opuntia.

Prickly Pear lives in Southwest U.S, Mexico, and parts of Africa, in dry desserts.

Prickly Pear reproduces asexually.

Prickly Pear is an autotroph.

Fun Fact: They make Prickly Pear lip balm.

It's common name is Lemongrass.

It's scientific name is Cymbopogon.

Lemongrass lives in warm environments like Hawaii.

Lemongrass reproduces asexually.

Lemongrass is an autotroph.

Fun Fact: Lemongrass is used in many tasty Asian soups!

It's common name is Sequoia tree.

It's scientific name is Sequoiadendron Giganteum.

Sequoia trees live along the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains, between 5,000-7,000 feet above sea level.

Sequoia trees reproduce asexually.

Sequoia tree is a autotroph.

Fun Fact: Sequoia trees are the largest trees on the planet and can grow up to 250 feet tall and have a 30 feet diameter!

It's common name is Noble fir.

It's scientific name is Abies Procera.

Noble firs live in California, Washington, and Oregon, in cold and hot environments.

Noble firs reproduce asexually.

Noble fir is an autotroph.

Fun Fact: Noble firs are used as Christmas trees!

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