A Conversation for The Sunflower

"The Magical Maze"........

Post 1

Alfredo

The seeds in any sunflower are ordered in an extremely smart way.

It’s explained in the book; "The Magical Maze” by Ian Stewart


See it for yourself in “fuguur twee”; (figure 2)


http://www.botaniewebsite.nl/maatvandenatuur.html


or visit

http://members.chello.nl/~jlmbar/Uitleg/spiralen.htm

and see it at the sunflower picture.




Greetings from The Netherlands


"The Magical Maze"........

Post 2

Alfredo


http://members.chello.nl/~jlmbar/Uitleg/analyse4_bestanden/image005.gif


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Post 3

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Hello Alfredo smiley - smiley

Yes, it's fascinating, I do mention the Fibonacci series: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89 in the entry, there's nothing else like it in biology.

Sunflowers are amazing, they are cleansing the Russian waters of radiation poisoning.smiley - brave


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Post 4

Alfredo

Yes, you're right, I could have seen it down your entry.

But is indeed amazing.

One anecdote; as we know, all "benefits" have their "shades".
When I moved to a new home, the whole area was just constructed.
So no gardens, etc. watso ever.

Immediately I planted all sunflowers in the East and large South border.

I think you already know.......

All I did see that summer was the backsides of many sunflowers that preferred to follow the sun instead of following my intentions smiley - smiley

Yes, they're lovely.

The years I walked in the French Pyrenees the train always passed in the summer through very large sunflower fields and fields full of lavendel.



Greetings from Amsterdam


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