When did the first land plants appear?

The exact date of the release of the first plants on land cannot be said. According to various estimates of scientists and available data, it can be argued that the first plants appeared on land about 450 million years ago. These were fairly primitive plants. But the release of them and the water forced them to develop. Land plants have new organs, such as a root, shoot and flowers. Also, after a while, terrestrial plants began to multiply by seeds, and not by spores like algae. At first there were gymnosperms, and then angiosperms appeared.

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