The ability of plants to “move” in space is already known to science. People have long noticed that the sunflower or ficus follows the light. We also remember the touchy mimosa – is you barely touch its leaf the plant will hastily fold. These movements of plants and flowers - rarely quick and visible, and often imperceptibly slow – are interesting for scientists. Perhaps, you will also want to know the reason of such behavior, for sure this topic is readable for you, leastways because you are interested in flowers wallpapers.
The leaf tries to reach the light, the root grows to meet the fertilizer - and all these movements do not occur in the same rhythm. The growth is enhanced, then paused. In spring all the processes of growth are more intensive, in summer fruiting bodies are quickly formed, in autumn a brake occurs, the plant stops its growth and prepares to meet winter and falls asleep until the arrival of the new spring to repeat this cycle.
There are also daily rhythms of plant movements. In the morning, many flowers open their “heads” to meet the beams of the sun. It takes several hours and the heads are closed, but others are open. You can make a real flower clock and it will show fairly accurate time. Moreover if this is performed in a form of a big flowerbed, it looks just great on flowers wallpapers.