Water Plants

posted May 24, 2014, 7:42 AM by Unknown user
Now the first thing that comes in your mind when you look at the title is seaweed.  Seaweed is the most common plant that you can find in salt water {other than algae}.

Plants that live in water are divided into 2 parts:- Salt-water plants & Fresh-water plants.  There are 5
 different types of salt-water plants which are:- Kelp, Seaweed, Sea-grass, Red algae, & Coralline algae.
These plants can only live in salt-water because they can survive all the salt they get, if you put them in fresh-water they'll die because they don't live in there and the nutrients that they used to get from salt-water.

There are over 100 different types of fresh water plants as in:-