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14 results for "flowers pollinators"
Beginners Guide to Pollinators and Other Flower Visitors By Beatriz Moisset
eBook (ePub): $2.99
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An illustrated beginner's field guide to insect flower visitors, including pollinators. The guide provides concise descriptions, photos and life history information of the most common insects found... More > visiting flowers. It includes time of year, geographic area and favorite flowers. Also mentioned are those that act as pollinators and whether they may sting.< Less
Cross-Pollinated Hybrid Art Abuzz By Lynn Tomlinson
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The theme of cross-pollination is explored here in ways both obvious and surprising. Artists consider the idea in its most traditional sense—the interdependency of bees and flowers, and in the... More > rich vein of creativity found in collaboration between artists and scientists. But also in how traditional fine arts, crafts, and performing arts have merged to form hybrid works, and the manner in which contemporary digital technologies collide with age-old hand crafted processes. A number of artists represented here explore how animation has jumped off of the screen to interact with the mediums of dance, sculpture, performance, or installation.< Less
Laughing Flowers and Blooming Animals By Al Allaway
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Of all the species of plants and animals on this planet, consider the odds of finding same-name flowers and animals for every letter of the English alphabet. This idea first rooted forty years... More > earlier when Al Allaway was photographing wildflowers for the Oregon Native Plant Society. Author of twelve other books, Al faced the challenge of this first children's book. It is a great learning tool for beginning readers, promoting the love of Nature and the great outdoors. It shows God's great creation everywhere. By coupling the flowers and animals together with rhyming riddles, Al says the blossom was finally pollinated when color illustrations became available.< Less
Orchid Growing Care: The True Art of Growing Beautiful Orchid Flowers By Karen Betty
eBook (ePub): $6.99
Hi my name is Karen Betty and I am an orchid lover Orchid is a very beautiful flower They freely pollinate with other ochids and I love to make my own hybrid Nowadays, it is very easy to find... More > information on the internet ut the problem is, any beginner or uneducated person can post anything In short...their credibility is doubted Thus, I wrote this book You don't need to scour the internet everytime you encounter a problem You don't need to find tips and tricks from different sources All the knowledge that I have, I put everything inside this book This book is the one stop orchid source you can depend on Inside you'll find: -the different kinds of orchids and how to tend them -how to use fertilizer -shopping for orchids? I have 6 great tips about it -how to grow orchids indoor -3 most common mistakes in watering orchids -4 factors you need to know before watering orchids -common pests and diseases -and many more< Less
Book Of Butterflies (Texas), E-Book Version By Armadillo Greenhouse .com
eBook (PDF): $3.25
This book is also available on Patches The Cat Reading Fun DVD! A colorful and educational 24-page photo book of butterflies with large print facts on each page.
Zinnia elegans and Friends 2015 By Annkatrin Rose
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This colorful calendar features photographs of a popular garden flower - Zinnia elegans. The showy blooms also are a favorite for many critters who pay a visit as pollinators or take up residency in... More > these candy-colored flowers. Enjoy these beautiful summer blooms year-round and discover who is visiting! Arachnophobia alert ;-) The December picture features a flower spider.< Less
A Year of Flora Calendar 2016 By Kerry McGehee
Calendar: $19.97
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Photographer Harold Davis sums it up beautifully..."Where else can you find such a riotous display of colors and shapes contained in such a small package? Every flower is different...And, okay,... More > flowers are simply beautiful. In fact, flowers live for beauty. As a species, they make their living by seeming attractive - to their pollinators, and to us humans because symbiotically we help them spread far and wide." I've gathered together 12 botanical images to provide beauty all year long. I hope you enjoy them!< Less
Marion and the Secret Meadow By Erica Berger
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Erica tells a story of Marion, a worker bee in a bee hive, who is experiencing her first day out of the hive, learning to fly, and find flowers to pollinate. She finds herself on a daring adventure,... More > as the wind blows her off course. Will Marion make it back to the hive? Read Erica's book and find out.< Less
Bees In Your Garden - Better Crops and Honey Too! By Milton Bradford
eBook (ePub): $5.99
Most people know that bees are one of the most important pollinators. Many gardeners would like to add a couple of hives to their garden to improve the pollination of their plants and get their own... More > honey at their own doorstep. You’ll find answers to most of your questions and links which will help you get more information from trusted sources. The situation with bees is changing all the time but the links will help you stay up to date. Some questions/subjects I cover include: How much time and money will it take to set up a couple of hives and maintain them? What are the essential equipment all beekeepers need? Different types of Hives. Problems for bee-keepers. Myths and lies about bees and beekeeping. And other important topics to help you start right, save time, money and effort. I haven’t got into the topics of advanced beekeeping practices. I don’t want to give you information which won’t be useful in your first couple of years.< Less
Venus Tire By Dan DeCane
eBook (PDF): $0.25
A menagerie of naughty snippets. A bouquet of dirty ideas. Shrubbery of thorned thoughts, dressed with dews of lies and sweat and last night's lust. Specimens of mental furniture for the purpose of... More > your specific, and dark delight. Flowers of raw meat petals, taut pistils, wet stamens and excited pollen, strumpet-like, pick-ready, voluptuous. On with the pollination! Ready your chromosomes, friends, the ovary is resolute and mouthing your name. Attack for the sake of creation!< Less