CUBIDÓ Easydó PRIMO: The Flower

Discover the new Cubidò by PRIMO!

A new line of extra soft modeling dough in CUBE, Made in Italy produced in the respect for the environment, for children who want to grow up both creative and aware: four cute cubes, four different creative ideas, and four suggestions for a more sustainable world.

Have fun and learn how to preserve nature with the flower!

Flowers are a symbol of beauty, color and nature, but observing them can also reveal interesting facts related to the environment around them. Flowers beautify parks and cities by dyeing them a thousand shades, but they are essential elements for life on the planet. It is important to care for and protect them, to keep the earth colorful and sustainable.  

Protect nature by taking care of flowers

Here are some simple facts about how flowers contribute to the well-being of the ecosystem: 

1. Pollination: Flowers play a vital role in pollinating plants. They attract insects such as bees, butterflies and hummingbirds with vibrant colors and irresistible scents. This collaboration between flowers and insects promotes plant reproduction and biological diversity. 

2. CO2 uptake: Flowers, like all plants, absorb CO2 from the atmosphere during photosynthesis. This process helps reduce the amount of carbon dioxide, helping to mitigate the greenhouse effect and climate change. 

3. Air purification: Some flowers, such as ivy and peace lily, are known for their ability to purify the air. They absorb pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde and ammonia, improving the quality of the air we breathe. 

4. Soil fertilization: Flowers can also promote soil fertility. The roots of flower plants secrete nutrients that enrich the soil, promoting the growth of other surrounding plants.   

5. Habitat for wildlife: Flowers attract a variety of insects and small animals that find shelter and food among the petals and nectar. This creates a vital habitat for many species, contributing to biodiversity and ecosystem balance. 

6. Conservation of biodiversity: Many flower species are considered rare or endangered. Their conservation is critical to preserve biodiversity and protect the delicate ecosystems in which they live. 

Next time you are outdoors or in a park, try exploring the world of flowers and discover how their beauty is connected to environmental sustainability. Appreciate their importance in our lives and consider how you can help preserve and enhance this precious gift of nature! 

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