FC: Emily's Gladiolus
1: My hypothesis was that the plants in eighth grade room won't grow as well as the plants in the seventh grade room because the seventh grade plants will be in the sunlight and the eighth grade plants will be in artificial light.
2: Happy Mothers Day! | With Love, ___________
3: This is my gladiolus at day nine. i watered it five times with thirty milliliters before we took the picture. at day nine my plant still has not yet sprouted.
5: This chart explains how tall my gladiolus grew and the average height of the seventh and eighth grade classes gladiolus.
7: This is my gladiolus at day fifteen. it is eleven centimeters tall. i watered it eight times with thirty milliliters every time.
9: This is another graph that explains the growth of my gladiolus, and the average between the seventh and eight grade classes gladiolus.
10: In science both the seventh and eight grade class planted gladiolus's. we measured and watered them on the same day. we also put the same amount of water in them every time which was thirty milliliters.
13: This is my gladiolus at day twenty-two. it is 19 centimeters tall i watered it twelve times before we took this picture.
15: This is my gladiolus at day thirty.it is twenty-six centimeters tall. i watered it sixteen times before we took this picture.
16: The conclusion was the eighth grade plants which received artificial sunlight were taller and skinnier, and the seventh grade plants which received artificial and natural sunlight both were not as tall and more firm.