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Assuming that:

  • There are all climates found on earth
  • There are no diseases
  • All plants grow to their mature age
  • The moon has a very thin atmosphere
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    $\begingroup$ A very thin atmosphere and all climates found on Earth are contradictory. $\endgroup$ – Mołot Apr 11 '17 at 11:54
  • $\begingroup$ You mean still very thin atmosphere after terraforming? If so how thin, mars thin, or thin for earth or moon thin? $\endgroup$ – Cem Kalyoncu Apr 11 '17 at 13:04
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Ipomoea alba, obviously.

Realistically, no Earth plants would grow without both a thick enough atmosphere or some other means to reduce UV damage, and a atmospheric pressure and temperature which allow for liquid water, which does not happen on the Moon.

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