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What happens in the garden?

What happens in the garden?

A lesson about gardens, plants and their organs.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné

Reviewer: Márton Gábor


garden, environmental need, winter, autumn, summer, spring, seasons, gardening, Gardener, Vegetative organs, fruit, flower, stem, leaf, root, change of seasons, oxygen, carbon dioxide, air, sunlight, temperature, sowing, planting, harvesting, germination, core, onion, pseudofruit, nutrient, zárvatermők, apple, bean, biology, botany, nature study, ecology, environmental studies

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