What factors determine where certain plants can grow?
The growth of different plants is determined by various environmental conditions such as temperature, sunlight, water availability, soil type, and competition with other organisms. In general, each plant species has its specific range of these conditions within which it can thrive. Beyond this range, those same conditions may be too extreme or unfavorable to support that particular plant's life cycle. This is why you see some types of trees only growing in certain climates while others can adapt easily across many regions.