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PODCAST A Way Of Life In Barbados © 2021 Volume 3 ISBN 978-976-96768-3-1
At the outset let me state for the record that I am not a Botanist, Plant Biologists, Horticulturist, or Florists but an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher who have a keen interest how flowers appear on plants, which themselves are beneficial to our ecology and environment especially my wife Magnola’s garden at Thorsby. According to avasflowers.net” Studies have routinely found that with an increase in the number of plants comes improvement in air quality; so, planting trees, bushes, and flowers is a great way to help make the environment a better place. Many plants reproduce through their flowers when pollination gets the reproductive cycle underway, and seeds are produced.” Plants produce much of the oxygen in our atmosphere through the process of photosynthesis. During the cycle of photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air through their leaves” The Study of flowers and flowering plants are known as anthology and anthos means a flower and logia means collection. Botanists may spend time in exotic places, discovering new and rare species of plants, horticulturists often spend their days working in greenhouses or in yards. Horticulturists could have a knowledge of plants that is similar to botanists, but their job is to offer beautiful landscapes and flowers for households. This thinking excited my intellectual passions in the genre of Flowers as a way of life therefore as an Author, Cinematographer, Media Arts Specialist, License Cultural Practitioner, Podcaster and Publisher equally a Botanist, a Plant Biologists, a Horticulturist, and a Florists. . Notably, the context of this intellectual discourse has created an ideal environment for me to frame the posited theory A Way Of Life In Barbados © 2021 Volume3 ISBN 978-976-96768-3-1 will be captured in 18 chapters in publication 238 and verbalised in podcast 127.
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