Can perfect flower produce seed?
well i don't really know but i pretty sure it can>>
Yes and no!, the coleus flower in my opinion is a great looking flower, but many people dont like its appearance, the flower should be removed if you want to keep the plant alive longer, as when it flowers it will also produce seed, once the seed is produced, the plant will deterioate and die off, great if you want to collect the seed but not if you want the plant to survive.
The use of flower in plants is to create the next generation by producing seedsthen why do plants which do not create progeny by seeds have flowers?
The bulb has grown from a tulip seed. Seeds develop at the base of the tulip flower. It takes 5-7 years for a tulip seed to grow into a bulb and produce the stem, leaves, and flower. The bulb stores food produced by the leaves during photosynthesis and uses it to produce next year's flower, leaves and stem. They have roots to absorb water and nutrients for the tulip plant. Bulbs can multiply underground and…
With a monocotyledon, the seed sprouts to produce one seed leaf. Typically they also have leaves with parallel veins, a lack of secondary growth, and flower parts in multiples of three. With a dicotyledon, the seed sprouts to produce a pair of leaves. Typically they also have leaves with reticulate venation, flower parts in multiples of four or five, pollen with three pores, and the capacity for secondary growth.
Shasta daisies will rebloom several times a year if you deadhead (remove old flowers) correctly. I cut the stem above the node closest to the flower before the flower is spent and has a chance to seed; the node will produce new stems that will produce blooms. If you remove those flowers before they go to seed, the daisy will produce even more stems - and it will continue to do so until you allow…
What is the function of the parts of the flower that is the style stigma anther pollen pistil and egg?
There are 2 types of seed plants.Gymnosperms which are non-flowering plant and angiosperm which are flowering plants.Both have vascular tissues,leaves,stems,roots and flower but there is 1 difference which is that: Gymnosperms produce seeds which are not enclosed in fruit and angiosperms produce seeds which are enclosed in fruits.
Seed production is the way that flower benefits from being pollinated by bees. The male parts, known as stamens, of flowering plants produce grains called pollen. Seed production requires the pollen to be deposited in the female parts known as pistils, and bees will effectuate that transfer by carrying off and dropping grains as they sip nectar.
The color of the seed is random, meaning you can not get a specific color. When the seed grows into a flower, if it is not the color you need, you will have to dig the plant up and plant another seed. Wait to see if that seed grows into the color of flower you need. Repeat until you get the color of flower you need.