Flowers have petals. Inside the part of the flower that has petals are the parts which produce pollen and seeds. Flowers are the reproductive structure of flowering plants, which are plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called the Angiosperms.
Click a flower image below to learn more about its meaning and symbolism.Aster. wisdom, devotion.Bird of Paradise. joy, paradise.Calla Lily. purity, passion.Chrysanthemum. loyalty, love.Daffodil. rebirth.Daisy. innocence, purity.Freesia. passion, joy.Gladiolus. strength, integrity.More items...
People can transfer pollen from one flower to another, but most plants are pollinated without any help from people. Usually plants rely on animals or the wind to pollinate them. When animals such as bees, butterflies, moths, flies, and hummingbirds pollinate plants, it's accidental.
Pollination is important because it leads to the production of fruits we can eat, and seeds that will create more plants. Pollination begins with flowers. Flowers have male parts that produce very small grains called pollen.
Other classifications, such as large-cupped daffodils, produce more than one stem per bulb. Depending on the bulb's energy reserves, each stem has the potential to grow one flower. In contrast, double daffodil types form a cluster of 20 blossoms along one stem growing from a single bulb.
Some common colorful plants that attract hummingbirds are annuals: Agastache, Begonia, Cuphea, Four O'Clocks, Fuchia, Geranium, Impatience, Lantana, Nasturtium, Nicotiana, Petunia, Phlox, Salvia, Zinnia. Perennials: Bee Balm, Coral Bells, Dwarf Delphinium, Penstemon, Verbena, Veronica.Jun 9, 2011