Which flower part becomes the seeds?

Answer A female or hermaphroditic flower contains eggs, or ovules, housed in an ovary. Once these eggs are fertilized, they develop into seeds. The eggs are fertilized by two sperms contained in a pollen ... Read More »

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What is the center part of a flower called that is often sticky&makes seeds?

The center part of a flower that is sticky is the stigma. It is located on the top of the female reproductive parts of the flower called the pistil. The stigma is sticky so it can collect pollen wh... Read More »

Which part of the flower attracts insects to the flower?

Theres 2 parts of the flower that attract insects and that is the bright coloured petals and there scented and also the nectary attracts them too

How do I plant flower seeds?

Select Your SeedsPick flower seeds according to the USDA plant hardiness zone you live in (see Resources) for best results. Also, choose your seeds according to flower height and color. Know ahead ... Read More »

Where do seeds form in a flower?

Seeds form in the ovary of a flower. After pollen grains fall on the stigma of a flower, a pollen tube grows downward to fertilize the ovule or egg inside the ovary. The fertilized ovule develops i... Read More »