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How Flowers Grow

Helbrough, Emma (Book - 2006)
How Flowers Grow
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Describes how seeds develop into flowering plants, how flowers lead to the production of new plants, and the various kinds of flowers that live in different environments.
Authors: Helbrough, Emma
Title: How flowers grow
Publisher: London : Usborne Pub Ltd, 2006
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,21 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Emma Helbrough, designed by Catherine-Anne MacKinnon and Laura Parker; illustrated by Maggie Silver and Uwe Mayer
Contents: Lots of flowers - Seed to seedlings - Plant parts - Making food - Buds to flowers - Pollen and nectar - Making seeds - Spreading seeds - Juicy fruit - New plants - Rainforest flowers - Hot deserts - Water palnts - Killer plants - Glossary of flower words - Websites to visit - Index
Summary: Describes how seeds develop into flowering plants, how flowers lead to the production of new plants, and the various kinds of flowers that live in different environments.
ISBN: 9780794513405
0794513409
Branch Call Number: j 582.13 H474h 2006 Beginning Facts
Bibliography: Includes index
Subject Headings: Flowers Juvenile literature Plants Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Flowers
Plants
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Describes how seeds develop into flowering plants, how flowers lead to the production of new plants, and the various kinds of flowers that live in different environments.


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