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James Wong 21h
The fuzz that makes Edelweiss flowers white is a mesh of hollow filaments covered in hair-like nanostructures. So tiny they are about the same as the wavelength of UV light, they help shield the plant from solar radiation in its mountain home.
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HealthRanger Nov 11
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Raphael Davis Nov 18
Have a and teach your to care for the garden. If you in an apartment building, have pot and take care of them. Every year, plant new things in your garden.
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Enjoy Nature 6h
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Amirhosein labbafi 6h
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Eden Brothers Nov 15
Let’s see if we can stump you on this one 😉. Can you identify this flower? It is one of my favorites!
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VenetiaJane's Garden 2h
Rowan is known as a 'witch' or 'wicken' tree and believed to have powerful protective and healing qualities. Its wood is prized as a material for creating magic wands.
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Thorunn Helgason Nov 15
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Freddy Monteiro 5h
Wondering how many in silico multi-species analysis of plant NLR diversity integrate accumulated knowledge. I put up a historic record of available datasets: Feel free to comment
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Frog Rescue 23h
So many beautiful and in the cloud forest of Honduras! Here's a Sobralia sp. found at our field research site.
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Nadine Mitschunas Nov 17
On the allotment this morning: Frosted seed heads galore :-)
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Grow Wild Wales Nov 16
Got an idea for a project that will engage your in UK native , or ?? Why not check out our . Pls RT
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PNAS Nov 17
Special partnership between and may help elucidate atmospheric trends, past and future.
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TheFatPlantSociety Nov 20
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Neil Hepworth 2h
A feature on succulents in the home in this months copy of magazine, I took some of the pictures.
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Makinggardens Nov 19
I like but it’s not needed on this for is beautiful on its own! 😮
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SynBioBeta Nov 20
New program envisions as discreet, self-sustaining sensors capable of reporting via remotely monitored, programmed responses to environmental stimuli
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PLANT!T 2h
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The English Garden 4h
Ever wondered how new are born? It’s all down to the hard work of our home-grown specialist nurseries
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HorticultureWIT 4h
Lots of activity around today for day. Drop over and say hi at the School of Science stand.
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