Difference between revisions of "Long-day plant"

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This Blue Star is an example of a flowering plant that requires more sunlight for its flowers to bloom.<br>
 
This Blue Star is an example of a flowering plant that requires more sunlight for its flowers to bloom.<br>
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1. a plant that requires a night shorter than its critical dark period, usually 12 hours or less, to develop flowers.

plant_blue_star.jpg

This Blue Star is an example of a flowering plant that requires more sunlight for its flowers to bloom.
Source: http://www.vnwg.com/catlist.jsp?catid=20