Go on a flower hunt, dissect a flower, create edible flowers, paint flowers, and more in this fun lesson on flowers! This is part 2 of a 4 part unit study on Botany and Plants. This lesson is geared toward 2nd-3rd grade...
Why does the resin of California's Jeffrey Pine tree smell like butterscotch?
The banyan tree is a fig tree native to Asia . It starts its growth as a plant that grows on another plant (epiphyte). In this article we will be dealing with Ficus benghalensis, read on to know more.
Inkberry, pigeonberry, redweed, red ink plant, pokeweed, pokeroot, pokeberry, pocan; Garget, Coakum, Cancer Jalap and Chui-xu-Shang-Lu (in Chinese medicine) You COULD eat it- mmMaybe Not. by StvRich
What is the Mimosa tree (Mimosa pudica)? How does a Mimosa plant move? Where is the Mimosa plant found. Biological functions of the Mimosa plant. Video and pictures of the Mimosa plant movement
Eucalyptus trees are tall, evergreen trees and are well known for the Eucalyptus oil that is extracted from their leaves. Read on to know more about this tree.
This article is all about the characteristics of the Pine tree, the adaptations that help to survive winter, reproduction through cones, and uses. Read on to know more.
The use of natural dyes by humans goes back as far as the Neolithic era. Many of the sources for natural dyes used on textiles were plants. The extraction and fixation of dyes were of considerable economic importance...
The sandalwood tree is an evergreen parasitic tree that obtains nutrients from other plants. The sandalwood tree is highly valued for it's Sandalwood Oil, read on to more.
It started as an ornamental plant and a source of food, it did not take long for humans to find out about its sedative powers. From a popular and very old Mediterranean crop, opium poppy became global.