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Vascular plants

Good morning friends, in today's space I will talk about some types of plants vascular with which we can decorate our outdoor areas, now that spring has arrived.

Remember that these types of plants, also called cormophytes, they have roots, stems and leaves. They are named as the vascular system they have is responsible for providing or distributing water and nutrients in the plant.

It is also formed of xylem and the phloem, both responsible for transporting the sap. Now that you know what vascular plants are, I leave some of them for you to consider. Remember that vascular plants are those that have conductive sap vessels

There are very different types of these types of plants, including PTeridophytes or cryptogams. These plants have no flowers and also reproduce by spores.

Normally these plants, or this group of plants since there are almost 13 thousand species and is increasing, require moisture for reproduction. Among these plants we find the Equisetos, the ferns … and many others.

Another group, within vascular plants are spermatophytes. Normally these plants have roots, stems and leaves … and their vascular system is highly developed.

Within this group we will find gymnosperm plants .. so that we understand all are those that do not have fruits. There are many varieties of these plants and they are usually woody in appearance.

This time the plants do have flowers, but these are unisexual. Some of these plants can be cypress or fir.

Finally other plants that belong to this group are the angioserms .. which are a good dominant group quite diversified flora. They are plants that adapt very well and it is the one that has more types of species.

Here I have left you very briefly and roughly some vascular plants and their mofology, I hope it helps you.

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