Bestselling Plant & Animal Art in 2020
Animals Canvas Wall Art,Modern Gorilla Monkey Music Oil Painting Wall Painting Happy Dog Frog Canvas Painting Home Decor Animal Prints (12"x12"x3)
- Giclee artwork, printed on high quality canvas.
- Stretched and Framed, Ready to Hang.
- Gallery wrapped on 4/5 inch wood bars, the image continues around the sides. Neatly taped on the back with no staples or tacks visible.
- Quality and 30 days full refund offered.Any problems,please feel free to contact us,we treasure your purchase experience much.And due to different brand of monitors, actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image.
Plant: Exploring the Botanical World
- Plant Exploring the Botanical World
Hand Carved Mahogany Wood Elephant Head African Asian Wall Sculpture
- Great for a Bedroom or Living room!
- Perfect gift for any elephant lover.
- Would match any tropical or african decor!
- It is an amazing gift for any occasion.
- It is 11 inches high!!! Please allow variation in color and size due to item being handmade. Tusks do come out for better shipping.
Giant Wall Sticker Decals - Birch Tree Forest with Deers and Flying Birds Baby (trees are 6 feet tall)
- 3 sheets of 17" x 30"
- Instantly brighten up any space
- Pre-cut, Peel & stick
- Remove in seconds without damaging your paint
- Repositionable; Removable
Animals: Step-by-step instructions for 26 captivating creatures (Learn to Draw)
Ambesonne Animal Decor Shower Curtain Set, Happy Panda with Tropical Plants Bamboo Trees Endangered Mammals Cartoon Art, Bathroom Accessories, 69W X 70L inches, Green Black White
Illustrating Nature: How to Paint and Draw Plants and Animals (Dover Art Instruction)
Elegant Garden Design Playing Cat Garden Stake, Rusty Patina
- Handmade in steel from an original design and hand-rusted
- Sturdy stake to plant securely
- SKU# P429 - 11.5 in. wide x 20.5 in. high
- Indulge your love of nature
Animals: 1,419 Copyright-Free Illustrations of Mammals, Birds, Fish, Insects, etc (Dover Pictorial Archive)
- Dover Publications
EasyCare FounTec Algaecide and Clarifier, 8 oz. Bottle
- Algaecide clears pond and fountain water
- Safe for plants, birds, and wildlife
- NOT safe for fish
- Use in water features, indoors or out
- Keep water free of mosquitos
Plants: 2,400 Royalty-Free Illustrations of Flowers, Trees, Fruits and Vegetables (Dover Pictorial Archive)
- Dover Publications
Draw 50 Animals: The Step-by-Step Way to Draw Elephants, Tigers, Dogs, Fish, Birds, and Many More...
- Watson-Guptill Publications
Duck Shower Curtain Set by Ambesonne, Goose in Farm Lake Plants Grass Reeds Flowers Pond Animals Geese Feathers Life Paint Style, Fabric Bathroom Decor with Hooks, 70 Inches, Green White
Two Free Plant Science Fair Projects
Instructions for two free plant science fair projects
Light and Plant Growth Science Fair Projects
The first plant themed science fair project that you can complete is to see how the amount of light that a plant is exposed to impacts its growth rate. For this experiment you will need several plants that are the same age, you will need several sun lamps and you will need a container that will block out outside light sources.
HYPOTHESIS: The more sun that a plant is exposed to the faster it will grow.
EXPERIMENT: To test this hypothesis you will need to set up several experiments. The first experiment will expose a plant to natural light and dark patterns. The second experiment will expose the plant to 24 hours of darkness. The third experiment will expose the plant to 24 hours of light. You can set up other experiments with different ratios of light and dark exposure.
DATA: The data that you collect will include descriptions of the plants, measurements of the plants and descriptions of the fruit or flowers that the plants produce. The analysis of your data will involve the comparison of the growth rate of plants and a comparison on the fruit that is produced.
Forced Plant Growth Science Fair Projects
The second plant themed science fair project that you can create is a forced plant growth science fair project. This experiment will examine the impact that forced growth has on a plant. Forced growth is the manipulation of environmental characteristics to cause a plant to grown out of season.
HYPOTHESIS: Seasons plants can be forced to grow.
EXPERIMENT: To test this hypothesis you will need to set up to experiments. The control experiment will be allowing a plant to grow naturally and making observations about its growth rate and the fruit that it produces. The test experiment will create a situation that will force the plant to grown out of season. To force a plant to grow you will need to supply it with an artificial source of light and an artificial source of heat.
DATA: The data that you collect for this experiment will include growth rates, plant anatomy descriptions and observations about the size, taste and smell of the fruit produced by each experiment plant. The analysis of the data will look for differences between the test experiment and the control experiment. If differences are observed then you will need to offer an explanation.