Su­per Cool Gar­den Facts

su­per­cool gar­den gar­den is­sue, and we’ve found some It’s our facts you’re gonna dig! Get it? LOL.

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A sun­flower isn’t just one flower – the fuzzy brown cen­tre and the yellow petals around it are ac­tu­ally over 1000 smaller flow­ers bloom­ing from a sin­gle stalk. Wow! 3

Sci­en­tists have found ev­i­dence that talk­ing to flow­ers or play­ing them mu­sic can ac­tu­ally help them grow. 2

There are more micro­organ­isms tea­spoon in one of soil than peo­ple on there a Earth! 4 Ap­ples, pears, peaches, cher­ries, rasp­ber­ries and straw­ber­ries are all ac­tu­ally part of the rose fam­ily.

Bam­boo is the fastest grow­ing plant in the world, and can grow up to 88cm in a sin­gle day! Hy­drangea flow­ers are pretty spe­cial. They ac­tu­ally change colour based on the acid­ity of the soil they’re grow­ing in. The av­er­age straw­berry has around 200 seeds cov­er­ing it. It’s the only fruit that dis­plays its seeds on the out­side. Keuken­hof in the Nether­lands is one of the largest flower gar­dens in the world! Gar­den­ers plant 7 mil­lion flower bulbs there each year. Whoa! Do you have any tall trees in your gar­den? The world’s tallest tree is a coastal red­wood named Hype­r­ion. It lives in a na­tional park in Cal­i­for­nia, USA, and stands at a whop­ping 115 me­tres tall! There are more than 2000 dif­fer­ent types of earth­worm! Can you spot any in your gar­den?

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