What Are the Six Stages of the Plant Life Cycle?

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The six stages of the plant life cycle include germination, seedling stage, vegetative growth, pre-flowering stage, flowering and seed stage. The six stages are the procedures through which a plant develop, mature, reproduce and then die.
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