Our celery stalks did their job - the stems brought the colored water to the leaves and we witnessed the leaved turn either, red, blue or green
The sunflower seeds planted in the egg shells have germinated, and are beginning to sprout. Students have noticed new cracks in the bottom of the shells. We're wondering if the roots of the plant will be strong enough to crack through the shell?
The sunflower seeds planted in the soil cups have germinated, and are beginning to shed their seed coats
The sunflower seeds planted in just water and a paper towel have grown roots and the seeds coats are just beginning to crack. Why do you think they are further behind the germination process than the other seeds?