Why the plant outside have lot of flowers and the one inside has no flowers?
outside theres more sun, fresh air, and inside i think the air from like heaters and stuff makes them sulk, and when they're inside, in their soil, they have no worms to make tunnels in the soil so they get constant oxygen and easy water outside theres more sun, fresh air, and inside i think the air from like heaters and stuff makes them sulk, and when they're inside, in their soil, they have no worms to make tunnels in the soil so they get constant oxygen and easy water
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Planting Flower Bulbs in Pots Inside . Summer bulbs can be planted inside. Bulbs are planted in the fall, placed in small pots, and covered with tin foil to block the light. Place them in the refrigerator for 6 weeks, then take out the water and put them in a sunny window. You can have tulips any…time! . Most bulbs, spring flowering or summer flowering, can be grown inside. As the previous answer points out, you need to refrigerate the spring flowering (the ones you plant in the fall) bulbs for 6 weeks or so before planting indoors. This tricks the bulb into going dormant like it would in the ground during the winter. This is called "forcing" the bulb. You can then plant them in potting soil or set them in rocks, pebbles, or marbles that cover the bottom half of the bulbs. Keep water in the pot or bowl for the roots to grow into. This works well for Narcissus (paper-whites), Daffodils, and Tulips. The Narcissus are especial nice inside because they are so fragrant. . I've also grown Amaryllis, various Lilies, and even small varieties of Iris indoors. Snowdrops and Hyacinths with Narcissus or Daffodils work well in a larger flat pot, making a landscape effect. You can also buy this type of landscaped potted bulb garden at garden stores or Wal-mart, Home Depot, etc. . If you do plant bulbs outside, note in the planting guide which ones naturalize or come back yearly. Tulips are the worst about not naturalizing and most varieties recommend digging them up after they have bloomed and the foliage dies back. You can the store them in a cool dry place and replant in the fall. Usually the blooms won't be as nice in following years, though. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
Flowering Maple is a shrub, its only hardy to zone 9 , so it wont survive outdoors in the winter. its considered to be a houseplant and used out doors in the summer. its not related to the tree, their common name comes from their maple shaped leaves. I hope this helps not sure what zone Mich…igan is. ( Full Answer )
Angiosperms. Produce flowers, ovules are produced within a closed ovary, pollenis produced in anthers. Fertilization takes place within the ovary,ovules mature into seed and the ovary matures into a fruit.
The flowering plants or angiosperms are the most widespread groupof land plants. Land plants have existed for about 425 millionyears. Flowering plants have colonized practically every conceivablehabitat on earth, from sun-baked deserts and windswept alpinesummits to fertile grasslands, freshwater ma…rshes, dense forestsand lush mountain meadows. The total number of described species exceeds 230,000, and manytropical species are as yet unnamed. Examples of non-flowering plants include: Ferns, mosses andliverworts ( Full Answer )
Flowers are the (sexual) reproductive organs of the plant, housing the male and female reproductive organs of the plant. Sometimes both male and female parts are house in the same flower, in other instances there are seperate male and female flowers on the same plant, and in other instances seprate …male and female plants. The purpose of the flower is to attract polinators (insects, bats, animals etc.) to effect pollination - that is the movement of male pollen grains to the female sigma. Here the pollen grains germinate and eventually fuse with a female ovule which then develops into an embryo. The embryo then develops into a seed (above process is simplified!). See some of the other "Related Questions" for more information ( Full Answer )
While all flowers originate from within the larger plant and emerge from sepals or guard leaves, the only plant which has a flower which opens, grows and is pollinated inside the fruit, is the Fig. The tiny fig wasp burrows inside the fruit and pollinated the flower growing inside. The wasp also i…ncubates its young within the fruit, as well. One variety of fig which does not require fig wasp pollination, but still grows its flowers inside the fruit is the fig called the Brown Turkey Fig. ( Full Answer )
Colorful flowers attract pollinators like bees and hummingbirds. The pollinators carry pollen from plant to plant, allowing them to be fertilized. While some flowers seem very plain and unappealing to humans they may have markers on the petals that reflect ultraviolet or infra red light which may b…e more visible to insects and birds. Other flowers produce a "reward" to pollinators in the form of nectar. Some flowers are shaped specifically to take advantage of specific insect or animal pollinators; flowers with extremely long tubular-shapes are normally pollinated by butterflies or moths as they are the only insects that have mouth parts long enough to reach the nectar glands at the base of the flower. Other plants such as "carrion flowers" produce the smell of rotting flesh to attract insects such as carrion flies and beetles to assist with pollination. Once fertilized, the plant can produce seed and/ or fruit which are then distributed to produce more plants. ( Full Answer )
yes you can just don't put it in bad weather or it will get destroyed.. yes you can just don't put it in bad weather or it will get destroyed.
Some flowering desert plants of North America include. Four O'clocks Mojave Aster Prickly Pear Cactus Fishhook Barrel cactus Brittle bush Desert Ironwood Chain fruit cholla Pallo Verde Soaptree yucca
Well there is not a whole lot to go on, but it sounds like it needs to be pruned.
What are the advantage for a flower to have its nectar located inside the flower rather then the outside?
The whole purpose of a flower producing nectar is to attract bees to it - for the purpose of having the bees help spread the flowers pollen to other flowers of its type. The nectar therefore must be in such a location as to have the bee dusted with pollen and have the dusted bee come in contact with… the stigma of the flower.. Nectar on the outside would not accomplish these vital actions. ( Full Answer )
Petals . Attracts insects and other pollinators and protects the rest of the plant.. Anther . Makes pollen.. Stamen . Supports the Anther.. Sepals . Protects the bud of the plant before it opens. Also supports the petals and organs of the flower after it opens.. Ovary . Contains egg cells.… Style . Supports the stigma.. Stigma . Receives and traps pollen grains and stimulates them to germinate. ( Full Answer )
Plants flower for one simple reason: pollination. The bright coloured flowers and the scent attracts insects towards them. While the insect is sucking the nectar, the pollen grains get attached to its hairy skin. Then this insect visits another flower and the pollen grains might get deposited on the… stigma. There you go, the flower has been fertilized and very soon, it wil become a fruit. Now you will ask why does it become a fruit? Here's why: To distribute its seeds. ( Full Answer )
Obviously, you can. I have a hybrid that was grafted. It is called an Orange Special. I have had if for several years but this year it decided to finally bloom & what I saw was amazing because on ONE flower clump I got a yellow bloom and a orange-ish pink. If I could figure it out, I would download …a picture. ( Full Answer )
lilies. hydrangeas are a mass of small flowers so they look like one big flower ball. clematis but clematis needs something to climb up. a porch or a trellis or a mailbox or a fence... etc
Flowers are part of the reproductive cycle of plants therefore they are not plants per se.
No. Its like saying that, for example, an engine is a car. The flower is part of a plant, but by itself it is not considered a plant.
A cushion plant is one that spreads a mat-like in alpine or otherharsh conditions. Some have flowers that are very showy so theyattract pollinators.
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The flower reproduces, (makes more of its own kind) and we're all greatful to have flowers. This is because we have the bees, and the bees make honey. Its all in a Life Circle. :) Hope this helped everyone.
You get both flowering plants and non-flowering plants;non-flowering are things like mosses, ferns and liverworts whichproduce spore, flowering plants produce seeds
No, flowers are a parts of a plant. Some plants don't have flowers, but all flowers come from plants.
Yes the daisy is the flower on the daisy plant - so a daisy plant is a flowering plant.
The flower contains the reproductive elements of the flowering plant. It can contain male and female reproductive parts - the stamen and pistil. The flower is where the seeds are produced.
A flowering plant certainly can have more than one pollinator. Infact most flowering plants have many pollinators that pollinatethem.
Ceanothus bush has hundreds of light blue lilac type flower heads that are a bee magnet .I was amazed
A Stigma can help in collecting/catching the pollen (sperm) of another plant, and holds the eggs to be fertilized by the pollen.
Yes you can. But I like all of my flowers outside because it brings in mosquitoes and little animals to your home and its uncomfortable.
Phlox is an outdoor flower and will not live inside for more than a few days. Phlox flower can be grown from seed or purchased at your local greenhouse or nursery. The flowers are pretty and when one flower dies there are usually more flower buds ready to bloom. This is an ongoing process called a c…ontinual bloomer. To find out how well Phlox will grow where you live just do a search online and enter in the search bar "phlox grows best in what conditions" then press the go button lots of information will be the result of your search. ( Full Answer )
A flower is the organ of reproduction of the higher plants or Spermaphytes. Non flowering plants such as ferns and mosses reproduce by spores therefore do not require flowers.
Flowers are beautiful and add value to your home. It is veryrelaxing work to tend flowers in the garden and peaceful to sit andwatch the flowers with the hummingbirds and other wildlife in thegarden.
Ginko is one of the oldest seed plants. Some think that AmborellaTrichopoda was the oldest flowering plant.
The transferring of pollen from the flower of one plant to the flower of a different plant is called?
cross-fertilization (novanet) When a bee transfers pollen from one plant to another, it is called pollenation.
a non flowering plant is a plant which do not bear flowers whereas a flowering plant is a plant which bears flowers
Puffballs are NOT plants, they are mushrooms a typeof fungal fruiting body. The puff that comes when the puffball isdried is the spores being dispersed into the air. If puffballs wereleft alone, they would dry and split. Through the splits, thespores would be released.
because the flower let the plant reproduce. Bees help with this by carrying pollen from one flower to another flower by letting the other flower's egg reach the pollen so this process can start again. so as you can see both the bees and flowers are important
Yes. Basically, all plants that bear (grow) flowers are flowering plants why the other plant which do not bear (grow) flowers are non-flowering plants.
it does absolutely nothing it just hogs all the food and water that the other parts of the plant work for if they werent so pretty i would hate them
\n \n\n. \n. \n. Mosses and ferns do not have flowers. \n. Edited answer: \n. Cryptogamic plants belonging to Algae, Fungi, Bryopytes and Pteridophytes do not have flowers.
A catalog of plant, flower, and vegetable seeds may be obtained from most stores who sell these seeds, such as Burpee, Harris Seeds, and Michigan Bulb.
You can purchase a Cumin plant on Amazon if you cannot find them at a local nursery. You can also grow your own Cumin plant with seeds that you can purchase at the site Seed Savers.
When the nights are the right length. . The flowering of most plants is stimulated by the duration of periods of uninterrupted darkness..
Plants and flowers are available at home improvement stores and nurseries, if one is seeking to plant a garden. Also, some drug stores and grocery stores may carry plants and flowers. If one is seeking cut flowers or plants to give as a gift, flower shops as well as florist section in most larger …grocery stores are a good option. ( Full Answer )
flowering plant ang patola. Because . . . . . . The parts of a flowering plant are characterized by two basicsystems: a root system and a shoot system. :)))
they are called "angiosperm" or "Angiospermae" or also"Magnoliophyta". Please refer to your high school biology text formore information...
Strictly, a flowering plant is an entire organism, and the floweris the reproductive organ. As an example, consider a cherry tree.The whole tree is a flowering plant and each blossom is a flower.Of course not all flowers are conspicuous.
Flowers contain the reproductive system of the plant. The flowersattract insects, which pollinate them - enabling the plant togenerate seeds.
Flowers are the reproductive parts of the plant. Their purpose, isto attract insects and birds - which then transfer pollen from oneflower to another. This triggers the reproductive system to produceseeds so that the plant can spread.
Pollen from flowers on one plant can fertilize flowers on a different plant. what is this process called?
Pollen from flowers on one plant can fertilize flowers on adifferent plant. What is this process called?'
Their purpose - is to attract insects. The insects brush againstthe flowers while drinking nectar. They then take the pollen toother flowers of the same type of plant - which startsfertilisation.