Why do flowering plants have petals?

Answer to protect the male and female body

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Do flowering plants have vascular tissue?

All flowering plants have vascular tissue for transporting water and nutrients throughout the plant. Flowering plants fit into two categories, monocots and dicots. Monocots, such as grasses, have v... Read More »

Why do many flowering plants have fruits that are colorful and sweet?

So that animals/instincts will be attracted and pollination will occur.

I need best flowering plants for fall, i have a shady garden.?

Plants for a shady garden : Astilbe (Astilbe) Light to dense shade, zones 4-8.has tall plumes of white, red, purple, or pink flowers that rise above glossy, dark green foliage. It likes cool, moist... Read More »

Adaptations of Flowering Plants?

Starting out as simple waterborne green algae, plants now cover the earth in their many forms. Ferns and mosses were among the earliest plants to venture out of the lakes and streams, able to live ... Read More »