Horsetail is a vascular plant that is found in or near watery areas such as marshes, streams, or rivers.
Horsetail is a versatile plant that will grow in pretty much any swampy area. It makes a good filler for areas in the yard with poor drainage or as a pond grass in water gardens.
Horsetails are bad in fields with grazing animals. It is toxic to horses and cattle. The gritty texture makes it bad grazing food. Some uses for horsetail other than scrubbing include floral arrangements and as a reed scraper for woodwind instruments.
Horsetails also reproduce by spores same as ferns and moss. The horsetail does A sexual and sexual reproduction.
Ferns Are vascular plants that do not have flowers and some extra colors and not produce seeds ,but are reproduced by means of spores sometimes we can confuse with vascular plants and This group is one of the oldest of the current vascular plants, because its first records date from the Devonian period of the Paleozoic.
The existence of 10.000 species in the world is currently estimated. They are usually found in humid and shady areas, although there are species adapted to a wide range of habitats such as tropical forests, fog, temperate and various dry environments.
Ferns and mosses have very similar ways of reproducing. They both use spores and they both use a sexual and sexual type of reproducing
Mosses are small flowerless plants that typically grow in dense green clumps or mats, often in damp or shady locations.Mosses can survive in different habitats but it usually prefers shady areas of woodlands and forests that provide enough water. Moss can grow both on the trees and on the ground, but it can be also found on the rocks, under the water, on the clay…Even though mosses can adapt to various ecosystems, they are negatively affected by pollution and changes in environment that are result of increased human activity.
Mosses reproduce by spores, which are analogous to the flowering plant's seed however, moss spores are single celled and more primitive than the seed.