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Flowering Plant
Flowering Plant

Lesson

The students will be able to label and sequence the cycle of a flowering plant.

Flower Project
Flower Project

Lesson

The students will learn basic facts about flowers. They will research a flower of their choosing and create a project that demostrates their knowledge and findings.

Flower Power
Flower Power

Lesson

Students will examine the various parts of flowers through the use of dissection Students will understand how pollination occurs

Trillium Flower | The Cove Forest
Trillium Flower | The Cove Forest

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On warm spring days, flowers are often actively visited by pollinators. However, in late winter and early spring, when many herbaceous plants are in flower, it is often too cold for pollinators to fly...
Flowering Dogwood | The Cove Forest
Flowering Dogwood | The Cove Forest

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(Cornus florida) This small understory tree of forests is also widely planted in residential areas. In spring, clusters of small greenish flowers surrounded by four large white petal-like bracts are...
Types of Flowers  | Digital Traditions
Types of Flowers | Digital Traditions

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Wood carver from Seneca, SC (Oconee County). He carves figurines out of wood including flowers, squirrels, and roosters. His wife, Frances, assists him with painting and arranging the carved flowers...
Large Flowered Trillium | The Cove Forest
Large Flowered Trillium | The Cove Forest

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Trilliums are easily recognized by having a single whorl of three leaves and one conspicuous flower. The large white flowers of this species are initially white but change to pink as the flower ages...
Large-Flowered Heartleaf | The Cove Forest
Large-Flowered Heartleaf | The Cove Forest

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This low-growing plant has evergreen heart-shaped leaves. The large jug-shaped flowers occur on the soil surface, often under decomposing leaves. This species, like many woodland herbs, has ant...
Foam Flower | Appalachian Cove (S.C.)
Foam Flower | Appalachian Cove (S.C.)

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Tiarella cordifolia • Name is derived from the Greek word Tiara • Perennial herb • Blooms April to June • Maximum height 6 - 12 inches • Small, delicate, star-shaped flowers with white petals and...
Wind-Pollinated Flower | The Cove Forest
Wind-Pollinated Flower | The Cove Forest

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Trees, such as oaks and hickories, and herbaceous plants such as grasses and sedges have small inconspicuous flowers that lack nectar, odor and bright colors. Because these plants are wind-pollinated...
Flowering Dogwood in Bloom | The Cove Forest
Flowering Dogwood in Bloom | The Cove Forest

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Flowering dogwood is an ecologically important understory tree in eastern forests. Today, large numbers of flowering dogwoods are dying due to an introduced parasitic fungus that causes dogwood...
A Coniferous and Flowering Tree | The Cove Forest
A Coniferous and Flowering Tree | The Cove Forest

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There are two main groups of trees -- coniferous trees and flowering trees. Coniferous trees generally produce seeds in cones, have needle-like leaves and are evergreen. In contrast, flowering trees...
Flowering Dogwood | Appalachian Cove (S.C.)
Flowering Dogwood | Appalachian Cove (S.C.)

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Cornus florida Popular ornamental flowering tree Flowers succeeded by attractive, red, berry-like fruit Grows to 40 feet in height Deciduous Leaf veins curve inward towards leaf tips Leaves are...
Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower | Artopia
Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower | Artopia

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Joan Miro A Closer Look Joan Miro presents a collection of various objects in his painting Horse, Pipe and Red Flower. Take some time to identify the objects that are somewhat hidden in this picture...