seeds are carried to a new place by the wind. These seeds are
seeds of the orchid are almost as fine as dust.
have hairy growths which act like little parachutes and carry
the seeds far away from the parent plant.
seeds of the dandelion are carried by the wind.
seeds of the thistle are also carried away by the wind.
the dandelion and the thistle have hairy growths at the top of
the seed to carry the seeds far away from the parent plant.
seeds are also very light in weight.
you ever heard the saying
light as a thistle down "?
this is where it comes from.
fruits of the sycamore have winged seeds and these are also carried
away by the wind.
wind causes the ripe fruits of the poppy to sway.
causes the seeds to fall out.
The seeds are very
light and are carried away on the wind.
there are five ways that seeds are dispersed.