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Why do so many flowers bloom during the spring? "Because weather varies dramatically throughout the year in most parts of the world, a plant which produces fruit has only a few months in which to do so. Flowers are usually the precursor to fruit, so they must appear early in the season. It's a matter of timing: flowers must attract insects and pollination, then die back so the plant can concentrate on fruiting. This process must be completed before autumn frosts; therefore, springtime is the optimal time for blooming to begin." -[http://www.ehow.com/about_5370079_do-bloom-spring-not-winter.html] Photographers listed in order of pictures shown: Lou Lu [http://500px.com/LouLu] Steve Sieren [http://www.sierenphotography.com/] Ayan Dakshi [http://www.flickr.com/photos/adakshi] Koveh Tavakkol [http://www.kovehphotography.com/] Dan Tucker [http://dantucker.co.uk/] Gynt S. [http://gynt.artistwebsites.com/] Mariano Gringaus [http://www.fotomannheim.de/Foto_Mannheim.html]
love these flowers
5 years ago·Reply
Me too! I love how colorful the picture is.
5 years ago·Reply
So pretty! I really loved the blue bonnets.^^
5 years ago·Reply
Yes, I knew you'd love those blue bonnets. ( ⌒o⌒)人(⌒-⌒ )v
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