Blending science, history, culture and folklore, Jonathan Drori takes us on a trip around the globe and its plants. From the mandrake to the dandelion, each has a story full of surprises to tell. Bringing to life the science of plants, and revealing how their worlds are intricately intertwined with our own, this is a botanical journey of beauty and brilliance.
Measures 23 x 15 cm.
The White-tailed Bumblebee is one of Britain’s most distinctive and best-loved bees. This beautiful photograph shows incredible detail, right down to the fine hairs that cover most of her body. Photographed by Arnstein Staverløkk for the Norsk Institutt for Naturforskning. Also available in other styles and...
Common British and American trees as well as notable trees from other countries feature in this "pairs" memory game, where players must match the tree to its leaf by remembering where each is located among the face-down cards. Suitable for children aged 6 and over...
A simple identification chart of 17 of the commonest bumblebee and cuckoo bee species in Britain, just using the proportions and colours of stripes. The eight commonest are at the top - see if you can spot any of the rarer or declining bees below!...
The earthworm’s waves of peristalsis move it forward with the help of the setæ, alternately gripping and releasing the soil. This charming diagram shows the muscular effort which goes into their mighty soil-tilling efforts. Also available in other styles and shapes. 100% cotton.Olive t-shirt, printed...