1.Do you keep plants at home?
I keep a few around, mostly in the form of potted plants that are easy to care for and don’t need a lot of attention. I have a little ball cactus for example, and a few pots of succulent. They add a bit of greenery to the room, and aren't liable to dying if I forget to water them once or twice. Plus, there's no need for special fertilizer either, they seem happy enough just in normal dirt.
2. What plant did you grow when you were young?
When I was a kid, I do distinctly remember my parents putting me in charge of well-being of one of our plants. It was intended as a lesson in responsibility, and for me to see the results of effort and consequences of neglect. I don’t know specifically what kind of plant it was, but it was big and leafy, and didn't flower. I did take good care of it though, it certainly didn't die on my watch.
3. Do you know anything about growing a plant?
Not much, to be honest. Other than the necessary watering schedule for a particular type of plant that I’m keeping, I'm afraid my flora knowledge is very limited. Even when it comes to the cactus and succulent I keep, I don't really know how much sunlight they prefer or their flowering cycle.
4. Do Chinese people send plants as gifts?
Not as far as I'm aware, it's not really a tradition. I have heard of friends gifting each other selections from their own gardens, but that's mostly a middle-aged or elderly kind of thing. People my age generally aren’t into gardening or keeping plants in general, we tend to prefer pets you see, so gifts of plants would be wasted.
Seed – a small object produced by a plant from which a new plant can grow.
Germination – when a seed begins to grow.
Growth – the process of growing: such as.
Blade – a single piece of grass or a similar plant.
Bud – a small part that grows on a plant and develops into a flower, leaf, or new branch.
Bark – the outer covering of a tree.
Branch – a part of a tree that grows out from the trunk.
Bulb – a rounded part of some plants that is under the ground and that grows into a new plant during the growing season.
Grain – the seeds of plants (such as wheat, corn, and rice) that are used for food.
Pollen – the very fine usually yellow dust that is produced by a plant and that is carried to other plants of the same kind usually by wind or insects so that the plants can produce seeds.
Seedling – a young plant that is grown from seed.
Sprout – to produce new leaves, buds, etc.
Stem – the main long and thin part of a plant that rises above the soil and supports the leaves and flowers.
Thorn – a sharp point on the stem of some plants (such as roses).
Twig – a small branch of a tree or bush.
Vine – a plant that has very long stems and that grows along the ground or up and around something (such as a wall or tree).
Weed – a plant that grows very quickly where it is not wanted and covers or kills more desirable plants.
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