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The bee friendly garden : easy ways to help the bees and make your garden grow —Purdie, Doug.

Bees are our most important pollinators and they are in decline the world over. They love to live in urban environments, where it's a short flight path from one type of plant to the next. But conventional gardens that fa...

Pollinators of native plants : attract, observe and identify pollinators and beneficial insects with native plants —Holm, Heather, 1972- author.

"This comprehensive, essential book profiles over 65 perennial native plant species of the Midwest, Great Lakes region, Northeast and southern Canada plus the pollinators, beneficial insects and flower visitors the plant...

Bugs —Steele-Saccio, Eva.

Why do fireflies light up? How many bugs can you find in the garden? With fun photos and lively, approachable design, this next book introduces the world of insects, including favorites such as ladybugs, fireflies and bu...

The bumblebee flies anyway : a year of gardening and (wild) life —Bradbury, Kate (Journalist), author.

"Finding herself in a new home in Brighton, Kate Bradbury sets about transforming her decked, barren backyard into a beautiful wildlife garden. She documents the unbuttoning of the earth and the rebirth of the garden, th...

Insects and flowers. —Oda, Hidetomo.

Describes the relationship between insects that eat plant nectar and the flowers that benefit from their aid in pollination.

The milkweed and its world of animals —Graham, Ada.

An introduction to ecology, focusing on a single very common wild plant and its qualities which affect a variety of animals that come in contact with it.

Bringing nature home how you can sustain wildlife with native plants —Tallamy, Douglas W.

In Bringing Nature Home, Doug Tallamy encourages the use of native plants in gardening. This book asks and answers questions for modern gardeners inclined to good stewardship. How can we adjust our planting palette to be...

Ants little creatures who run the world

Unselfishness is the rule. Everything ants do is for their colony's good. This film explores the world of ant colonies. Dr. Edward O. Wilson argues that the instinctive behavior of ants, particularly their tendency to li...

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Chart illustrates how pollen is transferred to the ripe stigma. Shows a cross section of a flower at the time of pollination and different types of pollination.