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Bees And Flowers
Bees and flowers have a symbiotic relationship (they benefit from one another). Bees pollinate flowers, which means they transfer pollen from the flowers of one plant to the flowers of another plant. Bees do not purposely do this. While trying to collect the pollen to take back to their hives some pollen is accidentally dropped on the flowers they land to collect more pollen. Pollination results in the formation of seeds. So, the bees get the pollen they need to survive and make honey and the plants grow fruit/seeds and reproduce.
Pink, Yellow And Red Flowers
Pick your difficulty level and put the three pink, yellow and red flowers back together in this fun and relaxing jigsaw puzzle game. Toggle piece rotation for a more challenging experience. Have fun!
Lots of pattern and bright colors in today's new puzzle featuring an illustrated flower. Pick your difficulty level, start the game and put it back together as fast as you can and get a top time on our leader boards. Have fun!
Spring Flowers And Red Tulips
Another beautiful puzzle celebrating Spring is here. Click start and put the springs flowers and the red tulips back together as fast as you can and get your time on our daily leaderboards. Have fun!
Yellow Tulips Bouquet
If you didn't know the tulip's centre of diversity is in the Pamir, Hindu Kush, and Tien Shan mountains. A number of species and many hybrid cultivars, like the beautiful yellow bouquet in today's puzzle, are grown in gardens or as potted plants. Cultivation of the tulip began in Persia, probably in the 10th century. Although it is unknown who first brought the tulip to Northwestern Europe, the most widely accepted story is that it was Oghier Ghislain de Busbecq, an ambassador for Emperor Ferdinand I to Suleyman the Magnificent. It is believed the first tulips in the United States were grown near Spring Pond at the Fay Estate in Lynn and Salem, Massachusetts.Tulip flowers come in a wide variety of colors, except pure blue.
Today's new puzzle features some beautiful petunias. Petunias are flowering plants of South American origin, closely related to tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers. Click start and put the petunias back together.
Teapot Floral Arrangements
In today's puzzle we feature three beautiful teapot floral arrangements. Placed on a wooden table by a big blue window these three bouquets of flowers are waiting for you to put them back together so click start and enjoy this new puzzle game.
Another beautiful puzzle is here. Today we feature some freshly bloomed tiger lilies. These flowers are widely grown as an ornamental plants in temperate climates. They are not related to true lilies, but get their name from the similarity of the flowers and from the fact that each flower lasts only one day. The flowers are 5
Also known as wild daffodil, the species is native to Western Europe from Spain and Portugal east to Germany and north to England and Wales. Wild plants grow in woods, grassland and on rocky ground. The daffodil is the national flower of Wales, and also the county flower of Gloucestershire.
Violet Clematis Flower
The wild Clematis species native to China made their way into Japanese gardens in the 17th century. The Japanese garden selections reached European gardens, in the 18th century (the wild Chinese species were identified at the end of the 19th century). These plants are valued for their ability to scramble up walls and also to grow through other plants, such as shrubs and trees - the genus name is from Ancient Greek clematis, ("a climbing plant") - and their beautiful flowers as you can see in today's new jigsaw puzzle.
Today's new puzzle features a beautiful purple flower.
Dew Covered Rose
Today jigsaw features a beautiful red rose covered in morning dew.
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