Despite the freezing weather in the Arctic Circle, a vast number of plants thrive in the tundra biome, including different types of mosses, lichens, shrubs, flowers and other low-lying plants. These resilient plants have... More »

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The few plants that grow in a tundra biome have adapted by remaining dormant in the long, extremely cold winter season and taking advantage of the short summer months to grow and propagate. The plants have shallow roots,... More »

The bearberry is a dwarf evergreen shrub adapted to Subarctic and Arctic climates. It can grow up to several meters in length. It creeps close to the ground as an adaptation to the extreme ripping winds of the tundra bio... More »

A number of flowers, including bulbs, annuals, perennials and shrubs, start blooming in April when the weather is warmer and rains are frequent. Many types of wildflowers also start blooming by late April. The complete l... More »

In a boreal forest, producers like mosses, lichens and shrubs provide food for songbirds and snowshoe hares, which are prey for raptors, lynx and wolves. The exact links of the food chain depend on the location of the fo... More »

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Cottage Farms Direct sells a wide variety of plants, including annual and perennial flowers, roses, shrubs and trees. It also sells climbing plants, fruits and vegetables. More »

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According to the Botanical Society of America, botany is the scientific study of plants, which includes algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, ferns and flowering plants. The people who work in botany, or botanists, can choose f... More »

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