What is the life cycle of a plant many plants grow out of seeds and bulbs seeds grow roots and shoots roots and shoots then grow leaves above ground many plants make flowers which turn into . The life cycle of plants plants are like every other living thing that grows lives and reproduces all types of plants follow a life cycle that starts new grows to maturity and then reproduces more plants starting off as a seed and growing all the way up to a fully developed plant while every plant is different in its own way all plants and flowers go through a similar life cycle. The life cycle of a plant refers to the stages of growth and development in seed producing plants or angiosperms it includes germination of seeds maturity of the seedlings into adult plants and seed setting in other plant groups like pteridophytes and gymnosperms the basic stages may differ slightly. Once an ovule has been fertilised by the pollen it develops into a seed containing an embryo a young root and shoot and a food store that will allow the young plant to start to grow at a later stage of the life cycle the ovary wall then develops into a fruit or a pod to protect the seed
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