How are flowering plants and conifers in common?
Conifers and flowering plants are the same because many conifers are flowering plants. They are very woody plants with more than half producing flowers.
the advantage of the flowering plants from the conifers is that the flowering plants contributes beauty to its place it attracts every attention because of its beauty color and and it's shape or variety not like the conifers they're just mainly green shrubs or plants they just add the greeny site of the environment
Conifers are different to flowering plants because conifer reproduce with seed cones. The pollen come out of the male cone and fertilises the ovule or female cone. Conifers are also different because the have needle like leaves but I'm not sure if that's relevant... Any way, I hope this has helped. You might have to do a bit more research. Conifers also have naked seeds, whereas flowering plants have their seeds encased in flesh (fruit)…
Conifers and flowering plants both produce seeds, but they are classified as completely different types of plants. While conifers are always trees (although some may appear to be shrubs), flowering plants can be trees, succulents and even grasses. However, there are several specific differences between the two that scientists use to tell them apart if there is ever any doubt.
The most popular non-flowering plants are probably mosses, ferns, and conifers (example: pine trees). and what they are are plants that have no flowers Yes, that is exactly right. Plants with no flowers. Plants without flowers will reproduce by a naked seed (gymnosperms, like conifers), which is a seed without a flower (flowering plants have their seed encased in the ovary of the flower during pollination), or by spores (ferns, mosses).