Long before the first faint precursor of life, the Earth’s quartet of seasons had begun the melody to which every blade of grass and blue whale must dance. But the Sun plays different patterns over the surface of our sideways-spinning planet, and a winter in Florida bears little resemblance to a freeze in Fargo. Hence the astounding variety of life cycles from north to south.

Everything depends on the plants, the only living things that can transform sunshine into sustenance. After the long, cold night of winter, spring rains germinate seeds and revive perennials. A rush of blooming growth feeds herbivores the nectar and green leaves they missed from winter solstice to vernal equinox. As bees navigate a floral path, their nectaries become fruit, yielding the seeds beloved of birds and squirrels. Then leaves flame and drop, reminding animals to eat, build dens, or move along. Winter is coming.

This collage of images, inspired by Pomegranate’s best-selling ECOlogical Calendar, suggests dozens of ways the Earth’s inhabitants respond to the changing seasons. Both the collage and the calendar are the work of Chris Hardman.

Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, Pomegranate's 1000-piece interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine superb color reproduction, stunning and unusual images, and heirloom-quality construction to delight generations of puzzle solvers. Finished size 32" x 16".

ECOlogical Seasons

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Pieces 1000
Age Adult
Artist Chris Hardman
Dimensions 32" x 16"
Manufacturer Pomegranate
Theme Fall, Nature, Spring, Summer, Winter
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number AA629
UPC Number 717195233938
Item Number 31341


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5 Stars Morgan - Aspen, Colorado
we do puzzles ALL the time. My mom and I that is. This one would be one of our favorites. We have done it twice so far. The best part o this puzzle is that I can always get pieces in. The quality and sturdiness of the pieces makes this a puzzle that we will keep forever...and do again and again. The animals are my favorite theme. Thank you Chris Hardman...we love this puzzle!

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