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Bleeding Heart Flower
Transcript of Bleeding Heart Flower
Defense, Survival, Stimuli, Fungus?
The Bleeding Heart Flower is a part the Plantae kingdom and is known as the scientific name of Lamprocapnos spectabilis.
It is a vascular, flowering plant that produces seeds in a pod. This dicot flower Asexually reproduces which means that they make their own seeds.
The Bleeding Heart flower receives water from rain and dew. They also like to grow in the shady parts of the garden so they dont get much sunlight
The bleeding Heart Plant uses a defense structure. This defense structure is poison. All parts of the flower is toxic to young children and even some adults.
The flower also has survival structures. These survival structures are seeds, roots, seed dispersal, and a stem.
The Bleeding Heart Flower has gravitropism. This means that the plants grows away from the light until it finds something to branch on and grow on such as a tree, bush, vine, or even a stick planted in the ground by the owner.
This heart shaped flower is susceptible to disease causing fungi that leaves a trail of yellow fungi all down the stem, leaves, flower, and roots of the plant.
Even though the Bleeding Heart flower is toxic, the roots of the plant actually helps in decreasing pain in sprains and bruises
The Bleeding Heart Flower is fire resistant.
The Bleeding Heart is used to help calm the frazzled nerves of someone who has experienced a frightening experience.