How to Grow Plumeria > Bryophytes

Plant scientists recognize two kinds of land plants, bryophytes, or nonvascular land plants and tracheophytes, or vascular land plants. Bryophytes are small, non-vascular plants, such as mosses, liverworts and hornworts. They play a vital role in regulating ecosystems because they provide an important buffer system for other plants, which live alongside and benefit from the water and nutrients that bryophytes collect.

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