What Plants Live in Grasslands?

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Simply put the plants that live in the grasslands are different types of grasses and wildflowers. These grasses have adapted to live in a climate that has less water, and hotter temperatures than the grass you might find in your lawn. You can find more information here: http://www.hamiltonnature.org/habitats/grasslands/grass_plants.htm
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About 50% of the plants that live in grasslands are grasses. The other 50% is made up of wildflowers called 'forbs'. Forbs is short for Euphorbiaceae, the family name of these wildflower plants.
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