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Old December 29th 12, 10:00 AM posted to rec.crafts.misc
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All of us like to look at those pretty flowers blooming all around, especially during winter and spring. Flowers are not just beautiful to look at, but they also serve a vital role in our ecosystem. Flowers attract insects and birds, which serve as pollinators for the plant itself. All plants produce a flower at some point during the process of their growth. The flower itself produces seeds, which are then pollinated by either being transported by birds or insects, or by being released into the wind or dropped from the plant
Flower gallary provides detailed information about all flowers that are available in India .we have many flowers like Himalayan Flowers, Flowering Trees, and Medicinal plants. Remember that tree laden with yellow flowers, which hang like bunches of grapes? How often have you wondered: What's that flower? Nobody around you seems to know the answer. There was a time, when a lot of people knew about a lot of flowers. But for the city bred individual, flowers are only like pretty pictures. The pace of city life tends to alienate the individual from Mother Nature, which brought him into existence in the first place.
Wild flowers are to be found in all kinds of unexpected places if you know how to look for them. While walking in the countryside or climbing a hill in the Himalayas you may come upon some wild flowers brightening a hollow in a rock, or half hidden amidst the ferns which will make the outdoor experience especially rich. Knowing the flowers in one’s surroundings furthers a desire to know more about flowers whether near or far, and the need to save all the wild things that we have inherited on the earth. The fact that a rapidly growing population is threatening wild habitats is also connected with an awareness of nature and the need to preserve it.
Flowers gallary is aimed at having information about all the flowers found in India, with their common names, especially in Indian languages, pictures and habitat, easily available in one place. This is meant to be a place you can look at if you saw a flower and wanted to know more about it. Knowing more about flowers, and then going out and having a look at them, will be more like communing with nature .For more details please visit http://www.flowersgallary.com/
Old August 21st 13, 10:20 AM
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very informative topic which you share with us about flowers, Flowers are liked by everyone, Every person like different type of flowers somebody like sun flowers and somebody likes red flower.

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