Do all flowers have scents

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because they just need it okay.

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Why do flowers have scents?

Flowers have scents to attract insects and other animals to pollinate them.

Are flowers smelly?

Some flowers have scents and some do not.

What do flowers smell like?

The scents of flowers vary. Some, like carnations, are "spicy" in scent. Others, like certain roses, are almost citrusy. All of them, of course, smell good, as they are meant to attract pollinators with their enticing scents.

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no No. It depends on what type of pollinators the flower is trying to attract. Some are attracted to scents, hence perfumed flowers, and some are attracted to color or shape, which is why flowers come in all colors and shapes.

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Coty Wild Musk is a fragrance that contains several different scents once the perfume is worn. The scents include a blend of flowers, musk and vanilla.

Why are flowers often colored brightly with attractive scents?

For flowers that depend on cross pollination in order to reproduce, having attractive scents and bright coloration attract bees and other insects that feed on a flower's nectar and thereby help transfer male reproductive sperm from a flower's stamen to another flower's pistil.Bees are attracted to flowers by their bright colours and their desire to collect nectar. Nectar tends to be found close to the base of the petals and as the bee attempts to reach it the bee brushes against the male stamens of the flower, which deposit pollen on to its fur. When the bee flies to another flower the same process occurs and some of the pollen which was already present on its fur may brush against the female parts of this flower and then serve to fertilize it.

Why are flowers generally so colourful and scented?

Their colors and scents draw pollinators to them.

Why does some flowers have brightly coloured petals and strong scents?

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Why do wind pollinated flowers not make nectar or have brightly coloured petals or strong scents?


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