How Do Flowers Work?

Answer Flowers may amaze us with their beauty, their color and their fragrance but, to a plant, a flower is primarily a way of ensuring the survival of its DNA. Many plants have male parts (the stamens th... Read More »

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What Factors Cause Cut Flowers to Die Faster Than Flowers Left on the Plant?

Flowers in all forms, whether adding color to a garden or brightening a room in a floral display, provide pleasure and gladden the senses. Every flower has a limited lifespan but some will lose pet... Read More »

Irish flowers are charming. What’s your true opinion on Iris flowers?

Is charming as you said.Iris represents faith, wisdom, hope, promises in love.In Japan also known as Ayame, represents the good news!The name of Iris came from the Greek word for Rainbow.There are ... Read More »

What is the name for mixing flowers to make different flowers?

The term for mixing flowers to create new varieties of flowers is "hybridization." By combining the genes of different parents, a gardener can improve a plant's appearance or its ability to resist ... Read More »

What is the difference between complete flowers and incomplete flowers?

Incomplete flower One which lacks any one or more of these parts; calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistils. And Complete flowers contain both the male and female parts (stamen and pistil) as well as se... Read More »