Published December 31, 1985
by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
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Why Crocus the crocodile is one of the animals on the Sweetpeas' sunny, placid old-fashioned farm we never know—though that puzzlement may not bother children who've met Crocus before. Otherwise, it's an old situation—for Duvoisin too: Crocus admires each of the other animals for what they can do, and he can't (Woolly the sheep grows wool, Bertha the duck can fly, etc.). Get this from a library! The importance of Crocus. [Roger Duvoisin] -- Crocus the crocodile discovers his special talents when the Sweetpeas build a pond on their property. Get this from a library! The importance of Crocus. [Roger Duvoisin; Alfred A Knopf; Random House (Firm)] -- Crocus the crocodile discovers his special talents when the Sweetpeas build a . The Importance of Crocus by Roger Duvoisin starting at $ The Importance of Crocus has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Same Low Prices, Bigger Selection, More Fun.
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Abstract. Crocus sativus L. is an important medicinal plant belonging to family Iridaceae. It has been used in traditional medicine since time immemorial. The . Book December Nothing more than the dried stamens of fragile blossoms the autumn-flowering purple Crocus flowers are still gathered by hand from the ancient fields of Iran, Greece. Chrocus (also known as Crocus) was a king of the Alemanni who invaded Roman Gaul in c. CE, and wreaked massive destruction, until he was defeated by the Roman legions at Arles and then executed. Conversely, he was a king of the Alemanni who served Rome and supported Constantine the Great (r. CE) in his struggle to become sole emperor the Roman Empire. Crocus also provide an early and important source of food for bees. On sunny days you'll see them eagerly gathering the rich, golden-yellow pollen. Snow and extreme cold can damage crocus blossoms that are already open but this will not affect the bulb or .