Do All Plants Need Soil to Grow?

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Not all plants need soil to grow as some plants are purely aquatic meaning they get their nutrients from water. Some other plants called Epiphytes do not require soil or water to grow but obtain nutrients for their survival from the air and the rain.
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1. Till the land where you want to grow a plant in the soil. Go over the area with a tiller or use a shovel to break the soil apart to a depth of approximately 6 to 8 inches. Pull
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Some Mosses and liverworts can grow on moist rocks and on tree stems. Two broad groups of plants live on other plants with out the need of soil. Epithets are plants grow on a host
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1. To have plants grow in 6 inches of soil you will need to have either planter boxes or pots to plant in. If you want to, you can make them yourself. If you make your boxes, you
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