Garden croton, fire croton or variegated croton is native to Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, and the western Pacific Ocean islands, growing in open forests and scrub. Depending on the cultivar, the leaves may be ovate to linear, entire to deeply lobed or crinkled, and variegated with green, white, purple, orange, yellow, red, or pink. In tropical climates, crotons are popular as garden or decorative patio plants. In colder climates they can survive only as house plants or in greenhouses.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
In today's puzzle you get to piece together a picturesque scene showcasing a meticulously crafted bird house, delicately woven with rustic wicker. Bird houses, also known as birdhouses or bird nesting boxes, are man-made structures designed to provide shelter and nesting sites for various bird species. These structures mimic the natural nesting cavities that birds would typically seek out in trees, but they are specifically constructed to meet the needs and preferences of different bird species. Bird houses come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, each tailored to attract specific bird species.
For most of human history, firewood was the main source of fuel for heating, cooking and other activities. Firewood is a renewable resource. It is stored piles, free-standing stacks or in other specialized structures. Storing wood in this way helps keep moisture away from it and allows it to dry faster. Dry wood delivers more energy for heating than green wood of the same species.
Plush toys, also called stuffed toys, plushies, stuffed animals, stuffies or cuddly toys, are made in many different forms, but most resemble animals, creatures from stories, cartoon or movie characters, or objects. Plushies come in an array of different sizes, colors and shapes. The first stuffed toy was a felt elephant originally sold as a pincushion, created by the German Steiff company in 1880.
Another fun and challenging puzzle is here. In this new one we feature lots and lots of corn kernels. Corn kernels are the fruits of maize. One ear of corn contains roughly 800 kernels in 16 rows. Corn is a popular food throughout the world. It can be eaten raw off the cob, although it is usually preferred cooked. It is used in breakfast cereals. It is ground into flour and used as an ingredient. It is also fed to animals.
If you didn't already know, a tree canopy refers to the uppermost layer of branches and foliage formed by the branches and leaves of trees in a forest or wooded area. The intricate canopy featured in today's game not only make for a good and challenging puzzle but also provides essential shade, shelter, and habitat for a diverse array of flora and fauna. Take a few minutes, relax and put the branches and leaves back together. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature lots and lots of colorful pom-poms. If you didn't know, pom-poms are a decorative balls or tufts of fibrous material. They come in many colors, sizes, and varieties and are made from a wide array of materials, including wool, paper, plastic, cotton, thread and occasionally feathers. The ones featured in this puzzle are used in children's artistic crafts to add texture and color.
Also known as myrobalan plum, the cherry plum is a species of plum native to Southeast Europe and Western Asia. The cherry plum is a popular ornamental tree for garden and landscaping use, grown for its very early flowering. It' fruit is an edible yellow or red drupe, 2 to 3 cm in diameter. Some cherry plum varieties have sweet fruits that can be eaten fresh, while others are sour and are used for making jam or as ingredients for other dishes.
In today's puzzle we feature lots and lots of green blades of grass. Grasses are an important part of the vegetation in many habitats, including savannahs, prairies, wetlands, forests and tundra. Ornamental grasses are used in many styles of garden designs or as lawns. Grass lawns are used for covering playing surfaces in many sports, including football, soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, cricket and softball.
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