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Plant Adaptation
• This plant has a “bulb”.
This feature serves as a
food source when this
species lies dormant in
colder weather. It allows it
to survive and bloom in the
• This species is commonly
found in gardens in the
United States
• The trunk of this tree is
hollow inside and can store
up to 120,000 liters of water.
The bark is like cork and is
fire resistant. The fruit is
called “monkey bread” and
has lots of Vitamin C.
• This tree is native to
Madagascar and can survive
the constant droughts there.
Bee Orchid
• The flower of this plant
resembles or mimics a bee.
Bees are attracted to the
flower because they think
it is a female bee. They
then pollinate the flower.
• These flowers live in
Europe and Asia.
Saguaro Cactus
• This tree like cactus can
grow as tall as 70 feet.
During rains the cactus will
swell up and hold the
water that it collects, to use
slowly during times
without rain.
• This cactus grows in
Saguaro Desert in Arizona
and Northern Mexico.
• This plant has sharp hard
leaves that help protect it
against consumers. This
plant also has flowers that
bloom when there is
enough rain so insects will
pollinate it.
• This plant grows in the
deserts of the Trans Pecos
Ecoregion (Big Bend).