Seeds require heat, air and water in order to germinate. As they grow, photosynthesis occurs which creates food for them. Flowers attract insects that help in their reproduction process by using its vibrant petals as bait for reproduction. Male parts are known as stamens; each contains a long filament with an anthers producing pollen grains. […]
Reproduction is the foundation of all flower life cycles, occurring when male reproductive cells from one plant join with female reproductive cells from another to create pollination. At this stage, flowers produce small grains of pollen which are dispersed via wind or animals such as insects to other flowers of their species and eventually fertilise.