Learn about the life cycle of a plant with these easy-to-handle figures.
A side view shows a green bean seed in the soil, followed by the germination stage, where the seed sends roots into the warm, moist soil. The plant reaches for the sun for energy, sprouting two leaves at first, and then begins to mature into a plant capable of producing beans.
Growing in a sandy loam, the reddish-brown seed begins to take root. The stem follows, with the cycle completed by the dark green leaves. The plant figure is 3 ½ inches tall.
Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris
The Life Cycle of a Green Bean Plant is part of the Safariology® collection by Safari Ltd.