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Pollination Dr-Rahul Adhav, Ph. D. Botany, Savitribai Phule Pune University (2017) Answers the question how the process of pollination works. Illustrated above. Retrieved 7-15-2020 from Quora. “The pollination process involves the transfer of pollen, from the male part of a … Continue reading
A paintbrush lightly touches some trees with russet colors.
The air cools and the bees work slower, sleepily in the flowers
Along with butterflies. Continue reading
September bee Moved so slowly Across a sunflower Time moves at no speed Have a bee-utiful day.
“The History of Bees” A Novel by Maja Lunde –
Maja Lunde is a Norwegian writer and originally wrote children’s books. How I came to read this book is a small story.