Tomato plants, like the ones we are growing in our garden, are examples of geotropisms. Geotopisms are plants that grow in response to gravity. These tomatoes were located by the stones in the middle of the garden. The picture below is an example, though not taken from our garden.
The plant below is an example of a phototropism, as are some of the weeds in our garden. The cabbage plant we had was also an example of a phototropism. Phototropisms are plants that grow in response to light. The cabbage plant was located near the portables, also close to the tomato plants. The picture below is an example, though not taken from our garden as well.
The plant below is an example of a thigmotropism. Thigmotropisms are plants that grow in respond to touch. These plants were found in our second garden. Once you touched these plants, they would close their leaves. The picture below of the plants are the kind of plants we found, but I did not take this picture.