Category: Plants

First came into existence about 385 million years ago trees have played a key role in existence of life in this planet. With an estimated 100000 species they are found all over the world. Plants are the single most important part of our ecosystem by providing us with oxygen, food , and many more things as our need and greed grew over the time. They work as filters of our planet taking out all harmful elements from soil and air thus keeps environment clean. For many centuries people have worshiped trees, they were mesmerised by its beauty and how trees changed with seasons. People wrote poems and stories about trees, loved them as they loved their family, sometimes more. But like all good things it did not last long. Human stupidity today has destroyed most of the ancient forest and the biodiversity with it. Strength of a tree is measured by its roots, but sometimes I wish it had wings too; to fly away; to save itself; to save us. There, we devided it on five parts. 1.Algae 2. Bryophytes 3. Pteridophytes 4. Gymnosperms 5. Angiosperms

Buckler fern

Dryopteris- Buckler fern and it’s importance

Buckler fern Image Source Scientific Name: Dryopteris Common Name: Commonly known as wood fern, male fern. Description: Dryopteris or buckler fern have almost 250 species. It is native to Eastern Asia, the Americas, Europe, Africa, and the...

Spiral Aloe

Beautiful spiral aloe

Spiral Aloe is a species in the genus Aloe. Scientific name: Aloe polyphylla Common Name: Kroonaalwyn(Afrikaans), Spiral Aloe, ekhala kharatsa(seSotho). Description: Aloe polyphylla is a unique beauty with a spellbinding spiral statement. This rare succulent grows to 3 feet across, with dozens...

Blue Rose

Real fact of Blue Rose

Blue Rose Family: Rosaceae. Story of Blue Rose: Since blue rose does not exist in nature as other roses. It’s a result of genetic limitations. After thirteen years of collaborative research by two company, ‘Florigene’, and  ‘Suntory’,...

Crab apple fruit

Crabapple or Wild apple

Crabapple Scientific name- Malus spp. Common name- Crabapple, Crab apple, Wild apple. Distribution- These deciduous trees are native to the temperate zone of the Northern Hemisphere and are often confused with the cultivated

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